Solicitor (England and Wales) Registered in Liechtenstein
Colin Horne, British citizen, born in Liverpool 1960 received a primary and grammar school education in Liverpool before in 1979 commencing degree studies at the University of Coventry. After obtaining his honours degree in business Law, he commenced postgraduate study in 1982 at the College of Law in Guildford, Surrey, studying in preparation for the Solicitors' Final Examination.
He commenced his active legal career over 30 years ago, initially in a small family-run solicitors’ firm in Rochdale as a trainee solicitor. There he was involved in a wide variety of legal matters.
After the Solicitors’ Final Examination and traineeship, he was admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales in July 1987. Since then he has practised law continuously in a number of positions.
After qualification his practice concentrated on civil and criminal litigation, including advocacy. From 1989 he was engaged for six years by a regional health authority where his practice involved mainly the conduct of civil litigation in cases of medical malpractice. Specialising for 12 years in this field, from 1995 as a partner at a renowned firm in Manchester, he was in charge of a number of reported cases of high financial value.
He came to Liechtenstein in 2001. For 13 years, before joining the Jeeves Group, he practiced law and acted as a fiduciary at a renowned firm of attorneys and fiduciaries in Vaduz. There he specialised in trust and company law, with emphasis on designing and managing structures for inheritance, tax and business planning on an international basis. He has extensive high level experience in this field. He was a partner in his previous firm for over 8 years.
At the Jeeves Group he specialises, as previously, in the same fields of legal and fiduciary practice. He has substantial experience in advising clients from the United States and the United Kingdom. He joined the Jeeves Group in 2014 and is a member of the Group Management Board.
In addition to holding a practising certificate as a solicitor of England and Wales, he practices as a registered foreign lawyer in Liechtenstein. He is a member of the Law Society and the Liechtenstein Bar Association.
Non-business pastimes include foreign languages, independent travel, opera and cross-country skiing. He is single and resides in Triesen, Liechtenstein.