Rahman Ravelli, a firm that specialises in national and international work on regulatory investigations, large-scale commercial disputes and multi-jurisdictional white-collar work, has appointed Neil Williams, Nicola Sharp and Syedur Rahman as legal directors. 

The trio, all highlighted in legal guides, were previously senior associate solicitors at the firm, which has bases in Yorkshire and London. They have all worked at the firm for more than a decade.

Rahman Ravelli’s founder Aziz Rahman said the time was right for all three to take an enhanced role in the firm.

He added: 'Neil, Nicola and Syed have been with the firm for many years. The quality of their work here has been recognised by myself, their colleagues and their clients, not to mention the legal guides.

'The firm is attracting ever greater interest from the international corporate world and high net worth individuals and we are expanding to meet that need.

'By making Neil, Nicola and Syed legal directors we see them as playing a vital role in the development of the firm as we look to build on our national and international presence. These are exciting times for the firm and these appointments reflect that.'

Williams is a specialist in regulatory investigations and multi-jurisdictional corporate crime, with experience in global fraud, bribery and corruption cases. He advises executive and corporates.

Sharp’s expertise are in fraud, civil recovery and business crime. She has experience in complex high-stakes commercial and financial disputes and internal investigations.

Rahman is highly-regarded for his work in multinational commercial cases, with expertise in business crime, serious crime, asset tracing and recovery and cybercrime.

Aziz Rahman added: 'All three bring their own unique skills and outlook to their work for clients.

'They have each played a large part in Rahman Ravelli’s development as a firm that is known for going the extra mile and putting up an informed and robust fight for each and every client.'

Pictured above: (L-R) Neil Williams, Syedur Rahman and Nicola Sharp