13 October 2021
Bedell Cristin is pleased to announce the promotion of Richard Parry as a Partner in our Cayman Island office.
Richard joined Bedell Cristin in 2016 in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. He trained with Eversheds in the UK, spending 8 years with the firm specialising in Financial Services Dispute Resolution. Richard has built a strong commercial disputes and advisory practice, which predominantly services local and international clients operating in the financial services and high-end real estate sectors. He is also a licensed US attorney, offering clients valuable guidance and insight on a variety of cross-border matters.
Tim Pearce, Managing Partner, Bedell Cristin, commented:
‘It is with great pleasure that we welcome Richard to the partnership. Richard’s contribution to the success of our expanding practice, his wide-ranging international experience, especially advising the financial services and real estate sectors, together with his insights and understanding of the Cayman market, make him a key asset to the firm. It is fantastic to see yet another promotion coming from within the firm, emphasising both our recent growth and our commitment to developing our own people as they progress in their careers. I look forward to the continued value Richard will bring for our clients in his new role as partner.'
Richard Parry, Partner commented:
"I am delighted to be joining the partnership and look forward to contributing to the success and growth of the firm. It is an exciting time for the Cayman Dispute Resolution team as we embark on a period of investment and expansion. Due to the nature of my practice, I am fortunate to work with several inspirational clients with ambitious and often complex business needs. These engaging client relationships and the support of my colleagues have been key factors in my progress to the partnership, for which I am extremely grateful. I am genuinely excited about the future and the opportunity to take on a more active leadership role, working alongside my fellow partners around the globe."