The three-day leading trusts conference attracts over 70 speakers and more than 200 delegates from around the globe each year. It provides an opportunity to discuss current challenges impacting trusts internationally, while connecting with the full breadth of the private client network to generate impactful engagement.
Counsel Caljonah Smith is a speaker at the event and on 6 July will participate in a panel discussion titled ‘Selecting the Right Jurisdiction to Organise a Trust Structure: A Comparative Analysis Between Three Jurisdictions’.
Caljonah is part of Appleby’s Private Client & Trusts team in Bermuda. Her key areas of practice and experience include advising on all areas of non-contentious trust matters ranging from advising individual trustees, licensed and private trust companies of discretionary trusts, in addition to purpose trusts and unit trusts. She also advises on all non-contentious estate matters, including making applications for probate and reseal applications to the Supreme Court of Bermuda, and the drafting and review of estate planning documents such as trusts, wills, enduring powers of attorney and health care directives for local and international clients. Caljonah is listed as an ‘Associate to Watch’ in the Chambers Global High Net Worth Guide 2022 and by Legal 500 Caribbean as a ‘Rising Star’ in the Trusts/Private Client category. She is also recognised as ‘Global Elite’ by the Private Client Global Elite Directory 2023.
Other members of the team attending the conference include Vanessa Schrum, Partner and Group Head of Appleby’s Private Client & Trusts department in Bermuda, Associates in Dispute Resolution Luisa Olander and James Sellick, and Private Client & Trusts and Latin America Consultant Eduardo Fox. Our trust specialists in the Private Client & Trusts and Dispute Resolution teams in Bermuda are recognised internationally for offering first-class legal advice.