Mr Sevyn Kalsi > Walkers > St Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Private Capital & Trusts


Sevyn Kalsi is a private wealth specialist experienced in advising corporate trustees, settlors, beneficiaries, HNWIs and intermediaries on matters relevant to Jersey trusts and foundations.

Sevyn, a Senior Counsel in Walkers’ Jersey Private Capital & Trusts team, also advises on the establishment and ongoing administration of private wealth structures, including family offices and private trust companies.

He has been practising for more than ten years and worked in the City before moving offshore in 2014.

Sevyn regularly works alongside colleagues in Walkers’ Investment Funds, Corporate and Insolvency & Dispute Resolution teams on cross-practice group matters, with the majority of his clients being based in Jersey, London and Switzerland.


Prior to joining Walkers, Sevyn spent four years with another leading offshore firm in Jersey.

Before moving offshore, Sevyn trained and qualified at the London law firm Payne Hicks Beach and then moved to New Quadrant Partners, a boutique private client practice, as an Associate. Sevyn worked in the City as a tax and private client specialist and, as part of his training contract, undertook a secondment to the leading litigation firm Stewarts Law.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Private client, trusts and tax

(Next Generation Partners)

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The team at Walkers brings together multi-jurisdictional expertise via its international office network, to advise on the spectrum of Jersey private capital, trusts and foundations matters. In recently promoted partner Sevyn Kalsi, the team has an expert in reorganising complex trust and company structures; and he is also instructed by high-net-worth families and their family offices on coordinating their offshore interests. Practice head Robert Dobbyn  is a Jersey foundation expert, also advising on trust structuring for a variety of Middle East-based clients. Disputes lawyer Nigel Sanders is the name to note for contentious trust issues.