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- Collas Crill’s head of business development is manager of the year
Collas Crill’s head of business development is manager of the year
head of business development and marketing is the Chartered
Management Institute first Manager of the Year in Guernsey.
was presented with the award in front of 140 industry peers at a
ceremony at the OGH on 22 September 2011.
shortlisted from a large number of nominations to the first ever
CMI Management and Leadership awards.
Iain works with
Collas Crill's lawyers and other fee earners to develop and realise
business opportunities in the Channel Islands, the UK and
internationally. He has a broad commercial
background including business and corporate banking, financial
markets dealing, B2B marketing and financial advisory, including
working as a financial and business management speaker in
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific.
Collas Crill in 2008 in London before moving to Guernsey in
2010. In London, Iain previously worked in senior commercial
marketing roles at a City law firm and at News International.
managing partner in Guernsey, Jason Romer, said: "These brand new
awards are designed to identify those who have raised the bar in
Guernsey and we are delighted that Iain's achievements have been
"In the past
year alone the significant role he has played in our merger, our
rebrand and the opening of our new office in Singapore has enabled
Collas Crill to quickly become a leading player in its markets.
exceptional commitment and determination. He's a strategic thinker
as well as a diligent implementer and while he has been recognised
as a talented manager, he is also an enthusiastic and highly valued
member of our wider team.
Crill people, our brand and our marketing approach, which focuses
directly on clients, are recognised externally is a great accolade
for the whole firm. An effective manager works with and through
people and so both Iain and his team should be congratulated."
Susie Andrade said: "Excellence in management is something that all
industries need, to position themselves competitively. It's about
time we started to celebrate local talent and success."