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Ogier named 'Best Offshore Law Firm'

Ogier named 'Best Offshore Law Firm'

Friday 03 May 2019

Ogier named 'Best Offshore Law Firm'


Ogier has been named ‘Best Offshore Law Firm’ at the WealthBriefing European Awards 2019.

It's the second time in three years Ogier has won the award, this time ahead of four other shortlisted firms.

The firm said their submission for the award was based around their growth over the last 12 months, and progress against their 'innovation agenda'.

The award comes just two weeks after Ogier was named Offshore/Regional Law Firm of the Year in the Legal Business Awards.

Partner Sally Edwards, who heads Ogier's Jersey Private Client and Trusts team, said: "We're very pleased to have won this award and been recognised in this way by WealthBriefing – the award marks 12 months of success in reaching into new markets, innovation in client service, and growth in our teams."

Heather Tibbo Crestbridge

Pictured: Heather Tibbo, Director and Group Head of Family Office Services at Crestbridge.

Crestbridge also received recognition for its private wealth and family office expertise at the awards, picking up the award for ‘Independent Trust Company'.

Commenting on the award win, Heather Tibbo, Director and Group Head of Family Office Services at Crestbridge, said: "Our Family Office Services business continues to go from strength-to-strength, and this award from Wealthbriefing is another fantastic achievement for our exceptional, multi-jurisdictional team.

"We are seeing sustained growth across our family office business, with clients continuing to demand specialist expertise, knowledge and capabilities to support their succession planning and wealth management strategies. This latest recognition is a reflection of our ability to meet this demand.”

Pictured top - from left: Tom Burroughes, Nick Williams, Sally Edwards and Emma Crosby.

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