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Eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 revealed

Eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 revealed

Friday 02 July 2021

Eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 revealed

Friday 02 July 2021

Employees from across Channel Islands businesses have been named as part of eprivateclient’s ‘Top 35 Under 35’ list.

The list gives a rundown of the top 35 men and top 35 women client practitioners throughout the legal, accountancy, trust and residential property businesses.

From Mourant, Senior Associate Dilly Wright, Associate Alexander Hawkins and Governance Services Manager Helen Hamperl have all been recognised with the accolade.


Pictured: Employees across several Channel Island businesses were put on the list.

International Practice Group Head, Edward Devenport, said: “To have three of our rising stars ranked in the Top 35 Under 35 is a great accolade for them individually and for us as a firm."

At Viberts, Corporate Associate Eleanor Colley got the nod as one of the Top 35 Under 35 legal practitioners in the Channel Islands for the second time.

Paul Wilson, a partner in Viberts’ said of Eleanor’s accolade: “This is a well-deserved accolade for Eleanor as she continues to play a key role in our ever-expanding Corporate law team. 

“I am so pleased to see her recognised once again in this prestigious listing”.

At Highvern, two members of its Private Wealth Team: Trust Manager Emma Furszer, and Assistant Trust Manager Jack Barlow, were both put on the list.

Highvern Group Director and Head of Private Wealth, Naomi Rive, said: “Our congratulations go to Emma and Jack who have demonstrated ambition, dedication and a great work ethic during their time with us, this recognition is fully deserved.”

Carey Olsen saw Senior Associates Oliver Lindop and Dean Robson get featured on the list.

Carey Olsen partner Andreas Kistler said: “We are very proud to have highly valued members of our teams named on such a prestigious list for up-and-coming young professionals.”

The Fairway Group saw its Senior Trust Manager, Christopher Mourant, recognised for the fourth time in his career, with Mr Mourant saying he was “delighted” with the recognition.

BCR Law LLP’s Partner and Head of Family Law, Emma Wakeling, was another to get her name on the list.

Managing Director David Benest said: Managing Partner David Benest commented: “This is a fantastic accolade for Emma who continues to lead our Family Law team with her wealth of knowledge and commitment to our clients.”

Oak Group had two employees - Senior Trust Officer Yasmin Queree and Guernsey Team Leader Michael Le Page - listed for their work. 

Graham McCormack, CEO at Oak Group said: This recognition highlights the excellent career paths and opportunities for those who are making great strides and progress within our industry which we hope will encourage more talents to consider trust and fund administration as a future career path.”


Pictured: Crestbridge’s Family Office Services, Assistant Managers Daniel Cavey and Emma Dendy.

Two professionals from Crestbridge’s Family Office Services, Assistant Managers Daniel Cavey and Emma Dendy, also feature on the list.

Heather Tibbo, Co-Group Head of Crestbridge Family Office Services, said: “Nurturing talent to help create the future leaders of our industry is at the heart of our approach. With that in mind I am delighted that Emma and Daniel have quite rightly received this recognition. They both play a key part in delivering the diverse and evolving needs of our international family office clients.”

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