Ogier has completed its merger with WSmiths to create a new offshore group providing legal and fiduc...
Ogier has completed its merger with WSmiths to create a new offshore group providing legal and fiduciary services in nine financial centres around the world, employing over 600 professional and support staff. Ogier now has a presence in the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jersey, London, Montevideo and New Zealand. Jonathan White, chairman of Ogier, said: "Since announcing the merger with WSmiths back in October we have very much been working as one group, integrating services and procedures."
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Alongside Barrett, Hopkins, Boston and Thorman on 17 October