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Aliki Skelton-Lettsome appointed as a Notary Public in the Territory of the Virgin Islands

Associate Aliki Skelton-Lettsome has been appointed as a Notary Public in the Territory of the Virgin Islands.

The application to be called as a Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths was approved by Justice Vicki-Ann Ellis of The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court on 8 February.

Aliki joined Collas Crill in September 2019 as an Associate in the Corporate, Finance & Funds team in the BVI where she advises on a wide range of legal matters including but not limited to corporate, banking and finance, funds, commercial contracts, insolvency and mergers and acquisitions.

Aliki said: 'I feel honoured to have reached another milestone in my career by being called as a notary in the BVI.'

Managing Partner in the BVI Ellie Crespi said: 'I am delighted to see Aliki achieve the next stage in her career with us. We are passionate about developing home-grown talent at Collas Crill and I'm delighted to be supporting Aliki's professional growth.'



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