Chambers Global 2024 Guide: Collas Crill's growing reputation the Caribbean is recognised

Collas Crill's rankings in the Chambers & Partners Global 2024 Guide underpin its focus on client service.

The directory and client testimonials highlight the firm's growing reputation in in the Caribbean.

In the Chambers dispute resolution category, the firm's Cayman team has moved up the rankings to Band 3 with the team's Jennifer Colegate moving up to Band 5. 

Ellie Crespi, Managing Partner of Collas Crill in BVI and Head of Collas Crill's Financial Services and Regulatory team in the Caribbean, said: 'Recognition from peers and clients through Chambers is always pleasing to receive and my congratulations go to all those individuals listed, especially Greg Boyd, who joined us less than a year ago and brings a solid individual rating.

'Above and beyond the rankings it's the client testimonials that resonate the most with me. Several of those quotes mention that as a firm we place the client at the centre of all we do. That is the very essence of our approach to client relationships and at the heart of our culture at Collas Crill.'

Managing Partner of Collas Crill in Cayman and Global Head of Insolvency and Corporate Disputes, Stephen Leontsinis said: 'I am delighted to see our move up to Band 3 for dispute resolution and pleased to see our investment funds practice once again recognised in this year's guide, following its first ranking last year.

'A special mention also to Jennifer Colegate who was ranked for the first time in Chambers last year and has now moved up to Band 5. These rankings are a marker of how far we have come over recent years as a firm, both in terms of size as well as the depth, scope and high level of service we offer our clients.'

Collas Crill's Chambers Global Guide 2024 rankings:

Cayman

Dispute Resolution - Band 3

Individual rankings:

  • Stephen Leontsinis - Band 3
  • Rocco Cecere - Band 4
  • Jennifer Colegate - Band 5
  • Matthew Dors - Band 5

'The Collas Crill team has been impressive in terms of grasping the complexity and nuances of the case and shaping powerful advocacy around it...they have done an exceptional job - they've gone above and beyond to advance our interests at each juncture.'

Real Estate - Band 3

Individual ranking:

  • Gina Berry - Band 2

'Collas can always be relied upon to handle very complex matters. They are very knowledgeable and solution-oriented... They are competent attorneys who have the interests of their clients at the centre of their work.'

Investment Funds - Band 5

Individual ranking:

  • Natalie Bell - Up and coming

'Collas Crill has provided invaluable advice and shared their experience regarding how the legal documents should be drafted to comply to the current legal and compliance regulations... Their knowledge and advice on investment fund structures is exemplary.'

BVI

Corporate and Finance - including Investment Funds - Band 4

Individual rankings:

  • Greg Boyd - Band 3
  • Ellie Crespi - Band 4

'Collas Crill demonstrated a strong understanding of intricate legal issues and have consistently shown their expertise in tackling challenging cases. Their efficient communication has fostered a strong sense of trust. They are a well-rounded team that has consistently demonstrated a high level of dedication.'

 

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