Three key senior appointments for New Zealand-based global firm

The appointments "will enhance our ability to meet the needs of our clients," says the firm's chair

Three key senior appointments for New Zealand-based global firm

Dentons Kensington Swan is delighted to announce the appointments of three new senior lawyers, as it continues to grow.

Jeremy Bell-Connell joins our public law and disputes resolution team after spending a number of years abroad in the UK and the Channel Islands, where he worked for an international firm. His broad experience means that Jeremy brings a well-rounded, practical perspective to matters, and he aims to utilise this in his work with Dentons Kensington Swan.

Daniel McLaughlin joins us in the firm’s Private Wealth team. He brings a broad range of experience having worked in a boutique private wealth law firm in Auckland, and previously global advisory firms KPMG and EY Law in Auckland in tax roles. The team has seen significant growth in the past 18 months and are excited to welcome Daniel to help lead the practice.

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Keegan Toft joins our corporate and commercial team in Wellington. Previously, Keegan led the Wellington corporate and commercial practice for PwC Legal. He specialises in corporate and commercial law and provides tailored advice to a wide range of businesses. Keegan was attracted to the firm for the reputation of the practice and partners.

“After becoming part of the world’s biggest law firm in early 2020, Dentons Kensington Swan has continued to grow as we respond to our clients’ needs for exceptional talent. The appointments of Jeremy, Daniel and Keegan add to our existing strength and they will enhance our ability to meet the needs of our clients, wherever in the world they are doing business,” says Hayden Wilson, the firm’s Chair.

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