Provided by Reema Mathur
Reema is experienced in a wide range of work, including new charity registrations; governance and constitutional issues; disputes among trustees and between charities and their stakeholders; restructurings, mergers, takeovers and collaborative working; and fundraising and trading issues.
She has a particular specialism in armed forces charities and has supported several to simplify their structures and strengthen their governance, helping them to stay focused on their beneficiaries. Her work for armed forces charities also includes advising on incorporation, to reflect the way modern charities operate; alterations to charitable objects to meet veterans’ changing needs; relationships with corporate supporters of armed forces charities; and the occasional dispute.
Her wider practice covers grant-making charities; heritage and arts organisations and medical, health and well-being charities.
Reema trained and practised for a number of years at Clifford Chance, before specialising in charity law.
Reema Mathur possesses a strong reputation for her representation of a range of third-sector organisations. She centres her practice on the provision of advice to national and international charities on constitutional and operational matters, including mergers, asset transfers and trustee disputes.
"She really knows what she is talking about and understands the field very well." "She is an excellent lawyer who is very reliable and goes the extra mile."