Belfast law firm's new boss outlines plans
Belfast law firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin is looking at the possibility of launching a number of new client services, its new managing director has said.
Jonathan Forrester is taking over at the helm of the firm this week. He has worked for Cleaver Fulton Rankin since 1999, having joined the firm as a graduate from Queen's University.
Mr Forrester will replace director Karen Blair, who will become the new chair after six years in charge.
"We are currently exploring the possibility of launching a number of new services for our clients," Mr Forrester said.
"We have put in place a market-leading commercial team to help our clients navigate their way through the challenges Brexit will bring over the next few years."