Conyers’ BVI office relocates to Commerce House Building
Conyers Dill & Pearman has relocated to Commerce House, a landmark new office building in the hub of Road Town, British Virgin Islands.
The move sees the legal practice of Conyers Dill & Pearman and its affiliate company Codan Trust Company (B.V.I.) Ltd. consolidated into one building. Previously located in Romasco Place, Conyers has signed a lease for the top floor and half of the next floor of Commerce House.
Robert Briant, Managing Partner of Conyers’ BVI office, commented: “Over the past year, Conyers has expanded with the launch of a new private client practice in the BVI, and we have also made a number of hires in our corporate and litigation practices as we continue to build our practice in the BVI. Commerce House is centrally located with proximity to professional services and other amenities and we look forward to serving our clients in this new space.”
With the firm’s move, its members and resources are now once again consolidated under one roof and primed to deliver even higher standards of legal advice to clients.
Conyers continues to grow its BVI practice, launching a Private Client practice in BVI in April 2010 with the hire of Raymond Davern as head of the new practice. During the last two years, Conyers has also doubled the size of its litigation department and continues to grow its corporate practice.