Bulletins | November 21, 2017

Camilla Wallace and Charmaine Hast Named in eprivateclient’s ’50 Most Influential’

We are pleased to announce that Head of the Private Client Group, Camilla Wallace, and Head of Family, Charmaine Hast, have been recognised in the 2018 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential list, an annual listing which identifies the most influential advisory professionals within the UK private client arena.

Partner Camilla Wallace is widely recognised within the industry for her work with high-net-worth individuals, both UK and non-UK domiciliaries. She regularly advises her clients across a breadth of private client matters, from estate planning to mitigate the incidence of inheritance tax to controlling the devolution of estates using lifetime gifts and trusts. Camilla was also recently named in the Citywealth Leaders List 2017.

A dual-qualified Solicitor in England & Wales and South Africa with over 23 years of experience, Charmaine Hast is a Partner and Head of Wedlake Bell’s Family Team. Charmaine is the only family lawyer recognised in eprivateclient’s list and her extensive family practice spans the private client sector. Charmaine is particularly known for her expertise in advising on high-profile divorces and matrimonial finance cases with international elements. She also has a special interest in the areas of trusts and pensions.

The annual 50 Most Influential list is compiled by eprivateclient, an esteemed news service dedicated to the UK private client industry, and the listing identifies and celebrates the UK’s top practitioners. Recognised individuals are selected in a comprehensive process based on a combination of extensive research. Wedlake Bell is the only firm in the 2018 list to have two of its Partners commended. The PAM Insight judging panel assesses a range of factors, from promotions and achievements in the last 12 months to peer nominations from individuals operating across the scope of financial and professional advisory services, such as lawyers, accountants and private bankers.