Addleshaw Goddard bolsters private capital practice
Addleshaw Goddard has appointed a new director to its Scottish private capital practice.The firm, which merged with HBJ Gateley in June of this year, has hired Euan Fleming (pictured) to join its growing private capital practice.
Mr Fleming, who joins Addleshaw Goddard from Brodies LLP, has more than 13 years’ experience in advising a host of high-net-worth individuals, corporate entities, family offices and trust companies on a range of legal matters, from taxation and trust law, to asset protection.
He will join the Edinburgh office, playing a significant role in growing and developing the Scottish and UK-wide private capital arm.
The specialism, consisting of 14 lawyers spread across Addleshaw Goddard’s 12 offices, represents companies internationally and its client base comprises entrepreneurs, business executives, landowners and trustees.
The team also deal with complex trust and estate litigation, as well as managing offshore tax planning structures.
Gregor Mitchell, private capital partner at Addleshaw Goddard, said: “Euan is a strong addition to the Edinburgh team as we continue to invest in our private capital offering, not just in Scotland, but across the UK.
“Having this particular specialism in-house brings a range of benefits to clients, giving them access to expertise from personal estate management through to succession, tax and wealth planning.”
Mr Fleming said: “It’s an exciting time to be joining Addleshaw Goddard. The firm has one of the UK’s strongest specialist private client groups, and I’m looking forward to working with a range of its national and international clients in the years ahead.”