An offshore law firm that never stands still

We have built a strong presence and reputation around the world through our forward-thinking approach. We are real people who genuinely love what we do and we're known for being easy to do business with.

Our services

Collas Crill is an offshore law firm with offices in BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey and London.

We deliver a comprehensive range of legal services to clients locally and globally, including financial institutions, international businesses, trusts and funds, as well as high-net-worth individuals and families across the globe. Our growing network of independent and trusted partners spans the Caribbean, the Channel Islands, the UK, Europe, the US, the Middle East, South Africa and Asia.

Our group companies include: Collas Crill Trust, a Guernsey trust administration and corporate management firm; Collas Crill Corporate Services, a Cayman-based licensed company management business; and Collas Crill Compliance, a Channel Islands consultancy business offering a range of outsourced services and expertise in governance, risk and compliance and anti money laundering / countering the financing of terrorism.

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Latest news and insights
21 May 2024

Who watches the watchers?

This article first appeared in issue 15 of Guernsey Property and Constriction magazine, Recent reports in the Guardian newspaper highlighted criticism by the NHS Ombudsman that the health service in England is doing too little to end the "cover up cultur...

16 May 2024

Collas Crill's hampers bring back memories for islanders on Liberation Day

Collas Crill was very proud to support the Liberation Day hampers once again this year, along with the Guernsey Dairy, Guernsey Hamper Company and States of Guernsey's Committee for Education, Sport and Culture. A team of Collas Crill volunteers spent a ...

14 May 2024

Jersey court rescues a charitable trust mixed with private purpose (In Re Estate of Constantin Mattas)

LexisNexis has published an article by Fritha Ford and Bradley Gibb on the judgment by the Royal Court in Jersey in Representation of Equiom Trust (CI) Ltd re Estate of Constantin Mattas. Private Client analysis - article summary In an important judgment...

10 May 2024

Winding up a Jersey company on just and equitable grounds

The Jersey Court of Appeal (the CoA) has recently handed down a judgment in Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd v Ferguson & Ors [2024] JCA 071 which explores and develops a number of useful principles relating to winding up a company on 'just and equitable' (J...

10 May 2024

Further promotions across the Cayman and BVI offices

Collas Crill has made a number of further promotions across its offices in the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands (BVI). In the Cayman Islands, Sally Peedom has been promoted to Counsel, while Kirsten Bailey has been promoted to Senior Associa...

8 May 2024

Planning for the 'silver tsunami'

This article was written by Andrew Peedom for IMG Trust's 'tensions in trusts' series on 8 May - featured here. Although much has been said about the 'great wealth transfer' in recent times, there has been less focus upon the genesis of that phenomenon. ...

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