Collas Crill lawyers recognised as Powerwomen

Four lawyers from Collas Crill have been listed in Citywealth's Powerwomen Top 200.

Partners Elena Moran, Kellyann Ozouf, Angela Calnan as well as senior associate Kerrie Le Tissier have all been included in the list that recognises 200 of the most powerful women in government, private wealth, private client advisory and philanthropy across the international financial centres (IFCs).

The list, in its fourth year, was compiled from a number of sources including recommendations from leading figures in the financial service industry, UHNW clients, charities and from a call for submissions.

Elena was described as "extremely clever with an astounding grasp of detail…dealing with high profile and high net worth cases", while Kellyann was commended for her "ability to listen and identify the issues at hand…practical in nature, commercially pragmatic as well as possessing a great eye for detail."

Angela was highlighted for being "approachable, friendly and very efficient and has the knack of being able to communicate in a clear and unambiguous way making complex legal matters easy to understand" while Kerrie was noted for her "in-depth knowledge about many structures" and her "patient and thorough advice."

All the women listed also feature in the Citywealth Leaders List, the online directory of more than 2,000 recommended wealth managers and advisers to the UHNWs.

Karen Jones, founder and CEO of Citywealth, said: "The Citywealth Powerwomen list is selected from high performing women dealing with billions in assets in financial services and contributing to the success of their organisations and domestic and global economies. We are pleased to include lawyers from Collas Crill, indicative of the strength in their private wealth teams."



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