EY launches law firm – The Royal Gazette
Updated: June 02, 2022 21:42
The Bermuda office of professional services firm EY has added another string to its bow.
EY Law was launched, adding legal advisory services and managed legal services to the organization’s suite of services.
Bill Bailey and Alison Dyer run EY Law.
Mr. Bailey, Managing Partner of EY Bermuda Ltd and Regional Tax Manager, said: “Since launching EY Law, the feedback has been extremely positive and encouraging.
“Everyone we spoke to praised EY’s willingness to invest in the jurisdiction and bring more customers to Bermuda.”
Ms. Dyer is an associate partner at EY Law (Bermuda) Ltd.
The company said: “EY Law was launched to meet the demand for global and comprehensive solutions for businesses seeking holistic advice in an increasingly complex tax and regulatory environment.
“Our market differentiator is our access to EY’s unique and powerful global network of world-class advisors.
“The initiative behind EY Law is to expand, improve and expand the growth of EY’s existing services.
“We bring a holistic approach to legal, regulatory and tax considerations with an international mindset, as we strive to provide solutions tailored to the needs of our clients in the region.”
EY said its tax and legal teams were positioned to provide services ranging from economic substance legislation, Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) to questions transactional and transaction-related. work.
The company said, “Our holistic advice helps make strategic business decisions while providing support services that increase efficiency and reduce the costs of routine legal activities.
He added that the firm’s lawyers work alongside professionals from other EY teams – insurance, advisory, strategy and transactions, and tax.
This sector-specific, multi-disciplinary and cross-border approach effectively bridges the gap between business advisers and legal advisers to provide clients with the informed services they need, EY said.
With global scale and connectivity, the company said, it could help customers navigate the complex regulatory maze, take advantage of emerging opportunities and achieve desired results.
Bill Bailey, Managing Partner, EY Bermuda Ltd, and Regional Tax Manager (photograph provided)
Alison Dyer, Associate Partner at EY Law (Bermuda) Ltd (Photograph provided)