Hall & Wilcox boosts corporate insurance, commercial and regulatory offering with new partner appointment


Hall & Wilcox has expanded its corporate insurance, commercial and regulatory offering with the appointment of new partner Philip Hopley.

Philip is an experienced lawyer who advises general and life insurers, reinsurers, intermediaries and other financial institutions on a wide range of regulatory and prudential compliance, business development and corporate transaction work.

Managing Partner Tony Macvean said Philip’s specialist corporate insurance expertise will complement Hall & Wilcox’s market-leading insurance practice.

‘Philip brings great expertise and his appointment will enhance our corporate insurance and general financial services offering in a market that is seeing substantial regulatory change and consolidation,’ he said.

‘Philip’s appointment is a great opportunity for us to win more corporate, regulatory and general commercial work from our insurance clients, as well as the broader insurance and financial services market.’

Philip said: ‘I’m thrilled to be joining such a talented team and I’m looking forward to working to deliver exceptional outcomes for clients as the insurance and financial services sectors evolve to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.’


Melinda Woledge

Melinda Woledge

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Melinda is the Marketing & Communications Manager. She is responsible for the external and internal communication strategy.

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