Collas Crill future leaders recognised in inaugural awards

Four lawyers from Collas Crill have been shortlisted in the inaugural Citywealth Future Leaders Under 40 awards.

The four have been shortlisted in the following categories:

  • Group partner and head of fiduciary Angela Calnan for Outstanding Individual of the Year
  • Fiduciary partner Kellyann Ozouf for Lawyer of the Year - IFC Partner
  • UK real estate group partner Michael Morris for Business Development Initiative of the Year
  • Senior associate Kerrie Le Tissier for Lawyer of the Year - IFC Associate

Citywealth introduced the Future Leaders awards following the success of the 2015 Tomorrow Club awards with the aim of championing young professionals in the wealth sector and highlighting the under 40 leaders of today and tomorrow.

The awards are judged by a panel of practitioners from across the private wealth industry. Additionally, members of the public can also contribute through an online vote.

Group Managing Partner of Collas Crill, Jason Romer, said: "Collas Crill has a strong culture of learning and development in order to cultivate the next generation of lawyers, something that we are extremely proud of.

"Our congratulations go to Angela, Kellyann, Michael and Kerrie, all of which have achieved a huge amount during their time at Collas Crill and continue to support the firm's growth.”

The Future Leaders awards will be presented on 10 November 2016. You can vote here.

Collas Crill has also been shortlisted for Guernsey Law Firm of the Year award at the 2017 Citywealth International Financial Centre (IFC) awards, taking place on the 19 January 2017.

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