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Susan Glenholme, managing partner at Debenhams Ottaway is pleased to welcome Matthew Cameron, a partner at Ashtons Legal, as her new co-chair of the Eurojuris Private Wealth Group.

The Private Wealth Group is made up of lawyers who are part of the Eurojuris International network. These lawyers work with wealthy clients with complex international needs and legal challenges that require advice from other jurisdictions. When a client requires a certain area of legal expertise in a particular location, the lawyers in the network can call on each other to provide the experience and understanding of their local legal market and culture. This helps them to provide an outstanding client experience.

Matthew heads Ashton’s French legal services team and is renowned for his expertise in French law, advising clients on buying and selling French property, French inheritance matters and taxation Wills. He comments “I am excited to have been asked to take on the co-chair role and I look forward to working with Susan to strengthen relationships with other members so we can help our clients who have increasingly complex international legal needs”.

Susan first launched the group in 2020 with Anneloes van Tuijn who has stepped down as co-chair but continues to be an active member. Susan leads an award-winning Wills, trusts and probate team that works with individuals and families across the UK who have significant wealth and often have overseas assets such as holiday homes or business interests.

Susan comments “I’m looking forward to the next chapter, working with Matthew to grow the group so we can provide our clients with a complete service, helping them to navigate legal challenges and make the most of new opportunities both at home and in business no matter where they are. Thank you to Anneloes who has helped me to build the network to what it is today.”

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