Conyers Dill & Pearman’s corporate practice maintains an enviable reputation as a leading provider of offshore legal services to many of the world’s top corporations, including Fortune 100 and FTSE 100 companies – many of which have been with us for decades.
Our team of over 90 corporate lawyers spans Conyers’ vast global network in the major financial centres of Hong Kong, London and Singapore, advising on the laws of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands and Mauritius. We are also well equipped to service the Middle East North Africa market, with lawyers who have thorough expertise and understanding of the region. Globally, our corporate practice is recognised as Band 1 across leading legal directories and publications.
Our leadership position in the corporate space is exemplified in Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters league table rankings where we are often listed as the only or highest offshore law firm to be ranked by volume and deal count across several categories.
Clients continue to turn to us for our commercially sound and technically strong legal advice on their complex cross-border matters. We think beyond obvious legal issues and focus on the creation of legal solutions that add value for our clients; as a result many of our lawyers are top ranked in global legal directories.
The scope of our corporate expertise extends to:
Through our affiliated company, Conyers Client Services, we provide corporate and administration services to companies setting up businesses in our jurisdictions. We support our clients with board committee meetings involving directors and shareholders, record keeping, implementation of directors and other administrative duties.
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