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Private Wealth heavyweight, Jonathan Kropman joins Trowers

Private Wealth heavyweight, Jonathan Kropman joins Trowers

International law firm Trowers & Hamlins, has recruited Jonathan Kropman to lead its Private Wealth practice in the UK and internationally. He will be based at the firms head office in London.

Jonathan joins from Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP having over the last 13 years led its Private Wealth, advising creators and owners of capital, their private wealth managers and the corporates that many own. He works across all aspects of private wealth including privacy, family holdings structures, family governance, the impact of regulation, information exchange and tax transparency.

Trowers' Senior Partner, Jennie Gubbins commented on Jonathan's arrival at the firm:

"We have a strong Private Wealth practice offering at Trowers and by welcoming Jonathan to lead the team, we will significantly enhance the service we provide to our private clients - this is very much a part of our business strategy. We are confident that Jonathan's experience and sector track record will strengthen our UK and international private wealth expertise."

Jonathan Kropman added:

“I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues across the whole spectrum of private wealth. I have always seen this sector as multi-faceted and which, over the years has presented me with many interesting and important opportunities. Trowers is a firm full of enthusiastic, dedicated lawyers and support staff as demonstrated by its continuing impressive growth. I'm very excited about my new role.”

Jonathan also plays an active part in the charity sector, advising grant making and receiving bodies on services and relationship agreements, regulatory compliance as well as charity governance, mergers of charities and contractual enforcement. His interest in this sector is also echoed at a personal level as he chairs the nationally focused neurological research charity, Brain Research UK and is on the board of Weizmann UK which supports research at the Weizmann Institute of Science.