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Maurice Turnor Gardner welcomes Claire Roberts to its Private Wealth team

Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP has announced the appointment of Claire Roberts to its Private Wealth team.

Claire joins from Baker & McKenzie LLP and has particular experience of advising high-net worth individuals from the high-growth economies and in advising the trustees of offshore structures on UK tax issues. Clare Maurice, Senior Partner, said, "Claire is an outstanding advisor in the private wealth sector and we are very proud to have attracted her to our team. We have a busy practice and clients are already benefitting from her specialist skills, particularly in pre-immigration planning". 

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