Collas Crill partner Kellyann Ozouf, who heads up the firm's fiduciary practice in Jersey, will be attending the International Private Client Forum, organised by Legal Week.
Taking place on 2-4 November at Villa d'Este in Lake Como, Italy, the forum will unite the most senior international private client lawyers to debate key global issues that affect clients and their families.
Sponsored by RBC Wealth Management, this year the event will examine the impact of "disruption" on clients throughout the profession.
Speakers from around the world include Basil Zirinis from Sullivan & Cromwell, UK & US, Mark Barmes from Lenz & Staehelin, Switzerland, Camilla Baldwin from Camilla Baldwin, UK, Shân Warnock-Smith QC from 5 Stone Buildings, UK and ICT Chambers, Cayman Islands, Julian Washington from RBC Wealth Management, UK, Alexandra Sharpe from Deloitte, UK and Geoff Cook from Jersey Finance.
Kellyann said: "I am delighted to be attending Legal Week's International Private Client Forum. This is a conference that's definitely not to be missed! Once again, Legal Week has put together an excellent line up of speakers and with the focus being on 'disruption' there's an awful lot to be debated over the 3 day conference. Less than 48 hours to go and counting."
Kellyann has over 10 years experience in offshore trusts and is both a Jersey advocate and a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales.
She acts for a range of professional trustees (local and international trust companies and private banks), settlors and beneficiaries. She advises on all aspects of Jersey trust law to include the settlement, ongoing operation and restructuring of trusts. Kellyann also regularly works closely with Collas Crill's contentious trusts team and advises on trust applications, such as variations and mistake, and plays an instrumental role in advising trustees (and beneficiaries) who find themselves caught up in divorce proceedings.