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Collas Crill private client lawyers named in Citywealth Future Leaders Top 100

Two lawyers from Collas Crill’s Jersey international private client & trusts team have been recognised in this year’s Citywealth Future Leaders Top 100. Partner Kellyann Ozouf was named alongside associate Bonnie McPartland.

The list was compiled from Citywealth's annual Future Leaders research. The 100 chosen Future Leaders all evidenced skills needed in the next generation of leaders in the wealth management industry.

The list was compiled by the judges of the Citywealth Future Leaders Awards 2019 and the Citywealth editorial team.

Kellyann said: "I'm thrilled Bonnie and I have made the Citywealth Future Leaders Top 100 and would like to thank our clients and the firm for their continued support.

“The international private client and trusts team in Jersey has gone from strength to strength over the last four years and this year is particularly exciting as we continue to grow the team and expand upon our services. In September, we will be joined by Laura Hair, formerly of Harney's, BVI, who is Scottish and BVI qualified. Laura brings with her vast amounts of experience to the team."

The news comes as the firm announces the launch of its new international private client and trust practice in Cayman, headed up by newly-appointed partner Tom Mylott.

The Cayman trusts and wealth planning market has grown substantially over the last few years and the move comes as Collas Crill looks to meet market demand.

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