Rose Chamberlayne

Rose Chamberlayne



Background in brief

LLB Law in 2000 at Exeter University
Trained and qualified as a solicitor at Simmons & Simmons from 2002 to 2006
Associate then Partner in the Private Capital Team at Wragge Lawrence Graham and Co. and legacy Lawrence Graham from 2006 to 2014
Partner Wiggin Osborne Fullerlove from November 2014

Headline Expertise

Rose advises on international succession planning for UHNW business families, the creation and structuring of trusts, family governance, asset protection, risk analysis and defensive structuring. 

Her specialist areas include creating bespoke wealth preservation structures which include best practice governance principles and robust defence mechanisms to protect against family conflict and external attacks.

Rose is particularly experienced in dynastic planning.

Notable achievements

Rose previously designed and developed a new best practice entity to carry out ownership and decision making roles within offshore wealth preservation structures. This work received significant recognition and awards for innovation.

Rose has featured on a number of Rising Stars lists, broadcast on the BBC World Service Radio and been profiled by the Sunday Times as a Chief Executive in Waiting. She is regularly published in industry journals and speaks at conferences around the world on wealth structuring.

In Rose’s own words

“I really enjoy getting to know families and helping them put in place constructive and substantive structuring solutions to meet their needs. I believe in the importance of incorporating good governance within these structures to ensure their longevity and success.  I also believe in innovating to create bespoke solutions for families where necessary. As Steve Jobs once said, “innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower”.”