About Cone Marshall
Cone Marshall is a legal firm dealing with international families and their advisers. The company helps by establishing partnerships and businesses in New Zealand and offering global wealth planning advice and services. Cone Marshall has a huge client base and has worked over the years to build trust and loyalty among its customers. It serves private banks, family advisers, trustees, attorneys, and other organizations located within and outside New Zealand. The objective is to help them succeed in planning well for their clients.
Cone Marshall offers comprehensive full New Zealand tax, succession, trust, structuring advice, and provides administrative services. All the inquiries customers make with the company are kept confidential and protected by legal professional privilege. Through Cone Marshall, companies now find it easier to get a tax advantage from New Zealand. The company boasts of an army of companies spread all over and continue to offer professional services to clients across the board in respectable and professional manner.
Cone Marshall and Karen Marshall
It works with a team of experienced professionals including Karen Marshall who is a director in the company. She has been working for Cone Marshall since November 2005 and a principle since 2006, April. Her experience and role at the company include working as the director of Trust Company as a Trustee.
Before she joined the firm, she had worked at another established law firm in the Commercial Litigation department. She was an acting adviser to two statutory trustee companies and has represented and advised Trustees of Charitable Touts on claims by beneficiaries. She has vast experience in managing Touts and responding to requests from settlers and their clients. At the helm of the company’s leadership, she has ensured that processes run smoothly and that the firm attains its goals and objectives seamlessly.
Other Notable Milestones
The firm, whose owners are Karen Marshall and Geoffrey Cone, is critical to the foreign trust sector in Auckland, New Zealand. They are the trendsetters in the NZ Trustee Companies Association, which is a combination of four trust companies. The firms successfully lobbied to end the review of the trust law. The two leaders have more than a thousand company directorship on the New Zealand register. Currently, not all these companies are actively involved. Some of their employees are taking up the role of Geoffrey himself who is now based in Uruguay. However, the number of companies they have registered is still growing some of which represent some larger trust firms internationally.