Thomson Snell & Passmore is delighted to announce that Private Client partners Jeremy Passmore and Simon Brown have both been recognised as a ‘Leading Lawyer – Prominent figure’ in the 2012 edition of the Citywealth Leaders List for the second year in a row.
Now in its seventh edition, the Citywealth Leaders List is made up of individuals put forward by their private clients, others already in the Leaders List and those working in the wealth management sector, in recognition of their expertise, knowledge and ongoing commitment to their industries.
Jeremy Passmore, partner and Head of the Private Client Team, is named as a ‘Leading Lawyer – Prominent Figure’ in the Private Client category of the Citywealth Leaders List and a Leading Lawyer within the Charities category. Jeremy is recommended for estate planning and trust administration for high net worth clients and also highly regarded for his work in the area of charity law. Jeremy is a member of the Charity Law Association, the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners and the Institute of Financial Planning.
Simon Brown is a partner in the Private Client Team and recognised as a ‘Leading Lawyer – Prominent Figure’ for his private client work. Simon has vast experience in a wide range of private client issues including Wills, Trusts and estate planning for individuals and families, and advises on Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Powers of Attorney. Simon also has a large following of agricultural and landed clients. Simon was the founding Chairman of the Kent Branch of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
James Partridge, Senior Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, said:
“I would like to congratulate both Jeremy and Simon for being included on the Citywealth Leaders List for the second year in a row. This is a great achievement as the list is put together by peers, those experts already within the Leaders List and our clients. The Private Client practice continues to impress both locally and nationally and this award highlights our prominent position.”