Our Services

We are a full service law firm providing comprehensive, expert advice and services across corporate, dispute resolution, property, regulatory and private client and trusts practice areas. We work with our clients to achieve practical solutions whether from a single location or across multiple jurisdictions.

Through Appleby Global Services, Appleby provides a range of administration, reporting and fiduciary services focused on corporate structures. Our dedicated teams of experienced professionals work closely with our legal specialists to provide our clients with an integrated legal and corporate administration offering.

Locations

An unparalleled global network

Our locations

We have offices in ten highly regarded, well-regulated global locations, operating in nine and practicing the laws of eight jurisdictions. Our office locations include the key international jurisdictions of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Mauritius, and the Seychelles, as well as the international financial centres of Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Our global presence enables us to provide comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional legal advice at the times most beneficial to our clients.

Bermuda

Appleby’s Bermuda office, Appleby (Bermuda) Limited, traces its history back to 1897.

British Virgin Islands

Appleby is one of the leading law firms in the British Virgin Islands.

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands office of Appleby, Appleby (Cayman) Ltd., traces its origins back to 1945 and as such is the oldest legal practice in Cayman.

Guernsey

Guernsey is one of the world’s premier offshore financial centres.

Hong Kong

Appleby’s Hong Kong office addresses the needs of an expanding client base in the Asia Pacific region.

Isle of Man

The Isle of Man has developed a reputation as a premier financial jurisdiction.

Jersey

Our lawyers in Jersey provide a full range of legal services to a domestic and international client base.

Mauritius

This offshore location provides options for international clients, particularly those with an interest in business into and out of African and Asian markets.

Seychelles

The Republic of Seychelles has a legal system based on the English Common Law, the Civil Code of Seychelles and the 1993 constitution.

Shanghai

Appleby's Shanghai office offers a full range of offshore legal services

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