15 Jersey professionals have been recognised as part of eprivateclient’s annual Top 35 Under 35 UK listing of private client professionals for 2022 in the UK and Crown Dependencies.
The list highlights young private client practitioners based on nominations from peers and judged by experienced industry experts.
Individuals from HIGHVERN, Bedell Cristin and JTC have all been recognised.
Ellen Hibbs, an Associate Director at HIGHVERN, has been recognised for a second time.
She said: “I am once again humbled to be recognised in a UK arena alongside such inspiring individuals. 2022 has been a year of great change both for myself and for HIGHVERN and I’ll grateful for the opportunities that continue to be presented to me within this innovative firm.”
Pictured: Ellen Hibbs, Associate Director at HIGHVERN
Naomi Rive, Group Head of Private Wealth, said: “Our congratulations are extended to Ellen at what is an exciting time for us as a business. Ellen has long played a key role at HIGHVERN and we are looking forward to watching her career continue to grow and flourish within our Jersey office.”
Sonia Shah, Senior Associate in the Bedell Cristin litigation team in Jersey, has been recognised for the third consecutive year.
Rob Gardner, Partner and Head of the firm’s litigation team, commented: "This impressive accolade is evidence of Sonia’s ongoing commitment to meeting the needs of her clients. Her inclusion for a third year in this list of talented rising stars in the profession is very much deserved."
Pictured: Sonia Shah, Associate at Bedell Cristin.
Finally, managers Paul Russell and Joshua Allaway from JTC, have both been recognised.
Mr Allaway has been recognised for the second consecutive year.
Pictured: Paul Russell (left) and Joshua Allaway (right), Managers at JTC.
Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services, commented: “It is excellent to see Paul and Joshua being consistently recognised for their dedication, hard work and talent.
"I am delighted that Paul and Joshua have received this accolade.”
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