Ann has considerable banking experience and acts for banks, investment funds, multi-national companies, partnerships and trusts as well as local fiduciaries and licensees. She specialises in advising on banking, corporate finance and structured finance transactions as well as restructuring, merger and acquisition transactions.
Ann joined the firm in 2016 having worked for eight years as a banking lawyer with a leading offshore firm in Guernsey. Previously, she worked for UK firm Cobbetts LLP and in-house with a leading financial institution. Ann became an associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in 1984 and spent a number of years in banking before qualifying as an English & Welsh solicitor in 1997.
- Solicitor* - England & Wales
- 'Next generation lawyers' - Legal 500 2018
Very helpful, takes a commercial view.Legal 500 2018
Leading offshore law firm Bedell Cristin has advised The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited in connection with loan facilities made available to the Channel Islands Property Fund Limited.
Bedell Cristin are once again exhibiting sponsors at the Guernsey Funds Forum which takes place at etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3YD on Thursday 11 May 2017 from 12pm.
Bedell Cristin has again acted as Guernsey and Jersey legal advisers to The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited in connection with the loan facilities made available to Channel Islands Property Fund Limited.
Bedell Cristin has strengthened its highly rated corporate and banking team through a senior appointment in Guernsey.
Guernsey is, for many, the jurisdiction of choice for the establishment and/or administration of all types of investment structure and collective investment vehicle, including private equity, hedge and property funds, across a wide range of asset classes.
In finance transactions, legal opinions are often sought from local counsel as to the capacity of entities formed under the laws of Guernsey to enter into transactions and documents and as to the laws of Guernsey generally. This briefing summarises issues ...