Anthony Murray

Anthony Murray (LLB. (Hons)) Dip L.P., Attorney, Notary Public

Anthony Murray is a member (partner) of Murray LLP, a law firm based in New York City providing commercial law advice with an emphasis on servicing the financial services sector and hedge funds. Anthony has over fifteen years legal experience, commencing his career as a Lawyer in the UK in 1997.

In 2000 he relocated to Amsterdam to join Citco Fund Services (“Citco”). He held a number of positions with Citco in Amsterdam including heading up the legal group, acting as a Managing Director of various Citco operating companies and was appointed as Associate General Counsel for Europe for Citco overseeing legal and regulatory matters in the European region. In January 2010 he relocated to the United States and was appointed as Associate General Counsel for the Americas for Citco (including overseeing legal matters in the U.S. and Caribbean region). His international legal experience includes handling complex litigation matters.

He has extensive experience of legal, finance and regulatory matters in many jurisdictions, including transactions in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Guernsey, Jersey, The United States, Bermuda, The Bahamas, British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands. He became a partner of Murray LLP in 2012. He is a Notary Public in Scotland, New Jersey and New York.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B (Honors)), First Class Honors and Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Dundee, Scotland. Anthony is qualified as a Solicitor in Scotland and admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New York State.

Anthony@murrayllp.com
Tel: 1 212 729 3045

Fax: 1 646  568 9030

 

Assistant Information:

Megan Smith, Legal Assistant & Paralegal

megan@murrayllp.com 

 

 

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