William Margot > Keystone Law > Douglas, Isle Of Man > Lawyer Profile

Keystone Law
Isle Of Man

Work Department

Corporate and Commercial


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.
Prior to joining Keystone, William worked for ten years in the corporate and private client teams of two IOM-based international law firms. He also served as In-house Legal Counsel at OCRA Worldwide.


  • Corporate law
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Restructuring of real-estate holding companies
  • Partnerships
  • Funds
  • Due diligence
  • Corporate governance


Qualified as a solicitor in 2008, joined Keystone in 2016

Lawyer Rankings

Isle of Man > Corporate and commercial

(Next Generation Partners)

William MargotKeystone Law

Keystone Law is the only firm in the Isle of Man with a London office , which makes it well placed to advise on real estate transactions with Manx structures. The practice also has a strong emphasis on the financial services sector, with a client list containing banks, corporate services providers and trusts. Geoff Kermeen and Sally Cranshaw are key names for the firm’s real estate work, as is Stephen Rodd, who formerly worked in the London and Dubai markets. William Margot is another key name, and handles the firm’s work for corporate service providers.

Isle of Man > Banking, finance and capital markets

(Next Generation Partners)

William MargotKeystone Law

Keystone Law‘s team includes Geoff Kermeen, who advises banks, alternative lenders and borrowers on real estate and asset finance transactions, and he also advises Isle of Man regulated banks on regulatory issues. Sally Cranshaw is another key name for real estate finance advice. Stephen Rodd, Hazel Dawson and William Margot are also recommended.