22 October 2021Analysis

Adderley made managing partner at Appleby Bermuda

Brad Adderley has been unveiled as the new managing partner in Bermuda of law firm, Appleby. He starts at the beginning of next year.

He takes over from Tim Faries, who has completed two terms in the role and who will continue with his global position as CEO of Appleby Global Services.

Adderley will also head Appleby’s corporate practice in Bermuda and its insurance and reinsurance sector globally.

Faries said: “With the increasing growth of our AGS business and after six years as Bermuda managing partner and many years as head of our corporate practice, it is time to pass the leadership and daily operations of the Bermuda office to my very worthy colleague Brad, who I know will infuse the business with the enthusiasm, dedication and high standards he is known for.

“There are a lot of exciting opportunities across our six AGS offices which I look forward to developing, while continuing to be a partner in Appleby’s Bermuda office where I can continue to support the partnership and our wonderful team of people.”

Adderley said: “Tim has done a first-class job leading our Bermuda office and corporate practice. We have a team of highly skilled lawyers and professionals, and I look forward to continuing Tim’s great work with their support.

“I am thankful for Tim’s wise leadership over so many years. Tim’s longstanding experience and knowledge assisting clients with corporate, insurance and regulatory compliance mandates will help lead our AGS business to even further success.”

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