Sally Cranshaw > Keystone Law > Douglas, Isle Of Man > Lawyer Profile

Keystone Law
THE OLD COURTHOUSE
ATHOL STREET
DOUGLAS
IM1 1JD
Isle Of Man

Work Department

Commercial Property

Position

Sally is a Manx Advocate whose practice includes a broad variety of Isle of Man (IoM) corporate and structured finance work with a particular emphasis on UK commercial real estate (CRE). Her client base comprises special opportunity funds and high-net-worth individuals investing in London and the South East, as well as regional assets across a range of asset classes. Sally is also skilled in dealing with key areas of CRE-related work, from the establishment of IoM vehicles (including companies, limited partnerships, and funds), associated acquisitions and related financing, through to the disposal of the relevant corporate vehicles or underlying assets.

Career

2017 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
2016 Appointed as a Notary Public
2004 Appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths
2003 Qualified as a Manx Advocate
2001-2016 Cains Advocates Limited | Trainee, Associate, Senior Associate, Counsel

Lawyer Rankings

Isle of Man > Banking and finance

Crossing over with its corporate practice, Keystone Law has a particular strength in real estate finance. Sally Cranshaw and Geoff Kermeen have expertise in financing of UK real estate, as does William Margot. Hazel Dawson joined from DQ, bringing with her high-yield expertise.

Isle of Man > Corporate and commercial

Keystone Law handles a range of work, with a particular strength in UK real estate. Stephen Rodd handles a mixture of M&A deals, many of which concern on-island assets and deals. Sally Cranshaw and Geoff Kermeen are notable names for handling the Manx elements of UK real estate deals. William Margot‘s practice also includes on-island commercial contracting work. Hazel Dawson is a new hire from DQ. John Melia, who joined from Appleby, is qualified in the BVI.