Collas Crill shortlisted for four IFC Awards

Collas Crill has been shortlisted for four 2020 Citywealth International Financial Centre (IFC) Awards.

On a jurisdictional level, both the Guernsey and Jersey offices have been nominated as 'Firm of the Year'. Individually, Kellyann Ozouf, partner and head of the international private client and trusts team, has been shortlisted for 'Lawyer of the Year - Channel Islands & Isle of Man' whilst Nuno Santos-Costa, managing partner of Collas Crill's Jersey office has been shortlisted for 'Lawyer of the Year – Litigation'.

Now in their ninth year, the IFC Awards were established to highlight the excellence of the advisers and managers in the private wealth sector in the major international financial centres.

Group Managing Partner of Collas Crill, Jason Romer, said: "I am thrilled that both of our Channel Island teams have been shortlisted for the IFC awards. This is a real testament to their hard work and dedication. My congratulations also go to Kellyann and Nuno, who continue to achieve excellence in their fields."

You can vote for the Awards here. Voting closes on 25 November 2019.

The nominations follow a raft of recognition for the firm. Two lawyers from Collas Crill's Jersey international private client and trusts team have been shortlisted in the Citywealth Future Leader Awards;  Kellyann Ozouf for 'Lawyer of the Year - IFC – Partner' and Bonnie McPartland, associate in Kellyann's team, for 'Lawyer of the Year - IFC – Associate'.

In addition, the firm is proud to announce that more than a dozen employees have been named in the Citywealth Leaders List this year.

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