Several local professionals have been named in the 'Top 35 Under 35', which aims to recognise the 'rising stars' of the private client community in the Channel Islands.
The ePrivateclient list, which comprises 35 men and 35 women, is compiled through a judging process which considers the strength of the individuals’ achievements over the past year.
A number of local lawyers feature in the list this year, including Bedell Cristin’s Associate, Sonia Shah.
Pictured: Bedell Cristin’s Associate, Sonia Shah.
Senior Associate, Jasmin Davies, who works in the firm’s Guernsey office, also made the list.
“Jasmin and Sonia embody Bedell Cristin's commitment to strong client service and continue to deliver exceptional work on a daily basis,” said Tim Pearce, Bedell Cristin’s Global Managing Partner, said.
“We’re proud of their recognition as top young professionals by ePrivateclient.”
Pictured: Carey Olsen's Senior Associate Oliver Lindop and Associate Dean Robson.
A pair from Carey Olsen, Senior Associate Oliver Lindop and Associate Dean Robson, also feature.
"We are delighted that Oliver and Dean have been recognised by eprivateclient for the achievements in their careers to date and the significant contribution they have made to Carey Olsen,” Andreas Kistler, a Partner in Carey Olsen's trusts and private wealth and litigation teams in Jersey, commented.
“Their quality of work is appreciated by both us as a firm and by our clients."
Pictured: Oak’s Assistant Manager, Bradley Coutouly.
Oak’s Assistant Manager, Bradley Coutouly, is also one of the names on the list, along with Linda de Cicmic, Team Leader in Oak’s Guernsey office.
“Congratulations to Linda and Bradley for being recognised for their talent, professionalism and dedication to our clients’ needs,” Stuart Platt-Ransom, Group Chief Executive Officer, said.
"We are very proud to have highly valued members in our team and being named on this list is a well-deserved accolade showing that hard work is recognised within the industry.”
Pictured: JTC's Assistant Manager, Paul Russell.
Paul Russell, who was recently promoted to Assistant Manager in JTC’s private client services division, features too.
For some, it's not the first time their name has appeared on the list.
Pictured: Mourant's Senior Associate, Luke Gingell, and Associate, Julia-Anne Dix.
Mourant's Senior Associate, Luke Gingell, and Associate, Julia-Anne Dix, were both listed as 'young and upcoming stars' within the private client advisory profession for the second time.
"Building trusted relationships is our top priority and Luke and Julia-Anne's inclusion demonstrates that they are highly regarded by clients and their advisers, as well as identifying their commercial judgement and impressive technical skills," Mourant Partner and Head of International Trusts and Private Client, Edward Devenport said.
"We're very pleased to congratulate them on this repeated and well-deserved recognition."
Pictured: Hamish Crake and Rupert Lee.
Deloitte's Tax Manager, Hamish Crake was named for the second time as well, while the firm's Senior Tax Manager, Rupert Lee, appeared for the first time.
"We are incredibly proud to have two of our team nominated for the eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 list, and that pride extends to our whole tax team across the Channel Islands," Martin Rowley, Tax Partner at Deloitte Jersey, said.
"At Deloitte we’re passionate about fostering talent, developing people and helping them achieve their career aspirations. It’s fantastic that Hamish and Rupert’s dedication and hard work has been recognised as they sit amongst other high-calibre peers of the sector on the list."
Pictured: Walkers Trust Specialist, Associate Carla Plater and Collas Crill Associate, Gregory Haddow.
Walkers Trust Specialist Associate Carla Plater and Collas Crill Associate Gregory Haddow were both named for the third year in a row.
“It is very pleasing to see Carla being deservedly recognised in this way,” Partner Robert Dobbyn, who leads Walkers' Jersey Private Capital and Trusts team, said.
Mr Haddow described his inclusion as a "real privilege".
Pictured: Three individuals from Crestbridge were listed.
Three of Crestbridge's team were included in the listing: Manager Will Taylor and Assistant Managers Melloney Bond (left) and Dione Duhamel (right).
Group Head Heather Tibbo commented: "In Will, Melloney and Dione we have three exceptional individuals who all bring valuable skills, specialist expertise and knowledge to our team, and I’m delighted for them to be recognised as rising stars in the Channel Islands.”
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