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Keystone Law
Isle Of Man
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Work Department

Corporate law


William is both a Manx Advocate and qualified Solicitor in England and Wales advising on a range of legal issues affecting corporate organisations. He also advises on a range of real estate and asset finance matters acting for banks, lenders (including alternative lenders and challenger banks) and borrowers in respect of the financing of Isle of Man entities, in particular companies, partnerships and trusts.

In addition to his private practice experience, William served as In-house Legal Counsel at OCRA Worldwide.


2016 Keystone Law Director (Isle of Man)
2014-2016 OCRA (Isle of Man) Limited Managing Director/ Director
2010-2014 Maitland | Associate/ In-house legal counsel
2008-2010 Close Private Bank | Technical Specialist
2008 Carbonman | Project Role
2008 Qualified as a Solicitor
2007 Qualified as an Advocate
2004-2008 Cains | Associate

Lawyer Rankings

Isle of Man > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

William MargotKeystone Law

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

(Next Generation Partners)

William MargotKeystone Law

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.