Collas Crill has made a number of promotions in its offices across the Channel Islands.
Guernsey-based Cerisse Fisher and Nin Ritchie have been promoted to Group Partner and James Tee has been promoted to Partner.
Ms Fisher joined the firm's International Private Client and Trusts team in 2018. She specialises in all aspects of Guernsey trust and private client law and regularly advises trustees, family offices, high-net-worth individuals.
Ms Ritchie joined Collas Crill as a trainee in 2010 and qualified the dispute resolution team. She leads the cross-departmental risk and regulatory team to deliver a seamless offering to clients with complex and varied needs.
Claire Felbabel has also been promoted to Legal Assistant in the firm's family law team in Guernsey. She joined Collas Crill in 2021 with more than 20 years' experience of family law.
Pictured- left to right: James Tee, Conor Walsh and Alex Price.
In Jersey, Alex Price and Conor Walsh have been promoted to Senior Associate.
Mr Price is a lawyer in the banking and finance team. He advises on matters of both Jersey and British Virgin Islands law and has a broad understanding of both conventional and Islamic forms of finance. Mr Walsh joined the firm in March 2015 as an Associate in the corporate, finance and funds team in the BVI. He is currently on secondment in the firm's Jersey office.
Natalie McLagan in Guernsey and Fleur Pallot in Jersey have both been promoted to the newly created role of Executive Assistant.
Jason Romer, Group Managing Partner, commented: "It is an absolute privilege to announce this year's round of promotions... These individuals have shown that they are ready, willing and more than able to step up to their next role through their attitude, expertise and commitment to the firm. Congratulations to them all."
Pictured top - left to right: Cerisse Fisher and Nina Ritchie, Group Partners at Collas Crill.
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