Jan 13, 2010
Robert C. Lawrence, III, Chair of the Private Client Department at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, one of the world’s leading law firms, was again named by Citywealth to its Leaders List. A leading authority in both international and domestic tax, trust and personal planning matters, Mr. Lawrence advises wealthy individuals regarding to international and domestic tax-efficient structures for their U.S. and global holdings.
Now in its fifth year, the Citywealth Leaders List reviews and selects professionals, including accountants, family offices, trustees and investment managers, who work with the world’s wealthiest individuals and who have been and continue to be trusted with enormous private wealth. The 20 individuals chosen for inclusion in the 2010 Citywealth Leaders List have been endorsed by more than 2,000 elite, global peers in family offices, accountancy and law practices and FSA regulated financial institutions and by UHNW rich list clients and charitable organizations. They are considered part of the Citywealth “royal circle” of the global private wealth industry.
“Bob has long been known for his technical expertise, integrity, and commitment to client service so we are especially honored that he has been selected to such an elite group of advisors,” said Christopher White, the Chairman of Cadwalader."
Mr. Lawrence, a prolific author and frequent speak on issues of international and domestic estate planning, received his B.A. from Cornell University and his LL.B. and LL.M from New York University School of Law.
Citywealth, a media publishing organization, publishes a newsletter with interviews from private wealthy individuals, family offices, philanthropists and those involved with global wealth management. It also has a website with information freely available to help wealthy individuals understand how to manage their finances.
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