Jersey firms have been named as finalists in the STEP Private Client Awards, which will take place in London in September.
The awards aim to celebrate excellence among private client solicitors, lawyers, accountants, barristers, bankers, trust managers and financial advisers.
Appleby has shortlisted for International Legal Team of the Year.
Cayman Islands partner and Global Head of Private Client and Trusts, Carlos de Serpa Pimentel, said: “To be named a finalist at the STEP Private Client Awards is a major endorsement of the quality of our global Private Client and Trusts team at Appleby, and the high standards of client service we are offering across all our international offices.”
This year’s awards saw a record number of entries, with 343 submissions received from across the wealth management sector for the 21 available categories.
Pictured: Butterfield Group Head of Trust Jane Pearce.
Butterfield has been shortlisted for Trust Company of the Year (Large Firm).
Jane Pearce, Butterfield’s Group Head of Trust said: “Being shortlisted as a finalist from a record number of high-quality entrants is a tremendous achievement, and we are incredibly proud of the entire team for their continued hard work and dedication. We thank the judges for their acknowledgement of our efforts and extend our congratulations to all of this year’s finalists.”
Collas Crill has been shortlisted for the Contentious Trusts and Estates Team of the Year (Mid-size) and the Private Client Legal Team of the Year (Mid-size).
Pictured: Collas Crill Group Managing Partner Jason Romer
Group Managing Partner Jason Romer said: “Our private client teams have and continue to work on a number of the most significant and largest cases across our jurisdictions.
“To be recognised by STEP as finalists in two categories this year is a testament to that, to the depth and strength of our teams, and the client experience we are able to offer. Congratulations to all of those involved here at Collas Crill on their success.”
The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 21 September at the London Hilton on Park Lane (pictured top).
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