Leading Private Wealth law firm, Collyer Bristow, has appointed Tulin Hamit as a Partner in the Tax and Estate Planning team. Tulin is dual-qualified in the UK and Turkey and joins the firm from RadcliffesLeBrasseur. Her appointment is effective as of 28 October 2019.
Tulin, recognised this year by Legal 500 as a ‘rising star’, is widely known for her experience in advising high net worth individuals in international tax and estate planning matters, particularly as a leading adviser to Turkish clients in London. She advises on a range of matters from cross-jurisdictional tax and planning considerations to succession planning and complex international probate matters. Her clients include high and ultra high net worth individuals and privately owned non-UK resident businesses who are looking to enter, consolidate and expand their operations in the UK.
Collyer Bristow’s Tax and Estate Planning Team is well-known for advising national and international clients on tax and succession planning for both individuals and families as they manage their global affairs. Tulin’s specialist expertise in the taxation of international transactions and Turkish client base will add to the strength in depth of the team and expand the scope of international advice provision. Tulin’s appointment follows the appointment of Partner, James Austen, in September, and takes the number of Partners in the team to six, as the team continues its strong growth in 2019.
Tulin Hamit, Partner at Collyer Bristow, said:
“Collyer Bristow’s Private Wealth group has a well-earned reputation as an industry leader in tax and estate planning matters. I look forward to contributing to the firm’s expertise whilst also growing my own practice.”
Peter Daniel, Partner and Head of Private Wealth, commented:
“It is a pleasure to welcome Tulin to the Tax and Estate Planning team. She will be a valuable addition to the firm and strengthen our offering to international clients. Tulin has a wide-ranging expertise and her appointment represents our continued growth in the Private Wealth sector.”
28 October 2019