Offshore law firm Bedell Cristin has appointed Neil May to be its new chief operating officer.
Mr May is experienced working in management roles in the professional services and legal industries, including the likes of EY, Clifford Chance and Hogan Lovells. He was previously chief executive at a London based chambers, 42 Bedford Row, between 2015 and 2017 and has worked as a senior consultant to firms in London.
Based in the firm’s Jersey office, but with responsibility across all jurisdictions, Mr May’s focus will be on the growth and evolution of the firm. He will be working closely with the firm's managing partner David Cadin and senior management team in a role that encompasses change management and leadership, operational matters and client service
Mr Cadin commented: "I am delighted that we have been able to secure Neil’s services for this pivotal role. We are committed to providing the best possible service to our clients across the globe, and for that we need to ensure not only that our business always operates as efficiently as possible, but also that everything we do continues to be considered from our clients' perspective. Neil’s skills and experience will bring a fresh perspective and help us to achieve this."
Headquartered in St Helier, Bedell Cristin also has offices in Guernsey, London, BVI and Singapore.
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