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Private wealth boutique law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner (MTG) has named two new partners at the firm, Ed Powles and Corinne Staves.
Both trained at Magic Circle law firm Allen & Overy and were part of the team that demerged in 2009 to become MTG.
In the five years since, MTG has almost doubled the partner numbers and seen profit growth year on year. The firm is also moving to new offices from 1 March.
Clare Maurice, senior partner and one of the founding partners, says: "It's hard to believe it has been five years since we launched our business in the middle of a market downturn. I'm incredibly proud of my colleagues who have made this such a success. And I'm extremely pleased to be able to acknowledge Ed and Corinne's considerable contributions to our business by welcoming them to the partnership."
Powles (pictured) advises on a range of private client and commercial trusts work. He works with financial institutions, private clients, family offices, trustees and beneficiaries on complex UK and international trust law issues, personal taxation, and estate planning. He also advises charity trustees, those who transact with charities and donors on charity law and philanthropy, including the creation of charities.
Staves advises on UK and international estate planning and is widely recognised for her experience of advising on partnerships and LLPs.
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