Tamika, who originally joined the firm in 2015 as a receptionist, will assist the CCCS team with the registration and maintenance of Cayman Islands companies.
Part of her role will include maintaining the client database, collection of due diligence documentation, attending to statutory filings and providing corporate documents as well as client billing and collections.
Tamika will learn the relevant Companies Registry and internal CCCS procedures, with a particular emphasis on compliance.
Alan de Saram, managing partner of Collas Crill in Cayman, said: "During her time with the firm Tamika has demonstrated great resolve and ambition and quickly accumulated a range of responsibilities beyond the scope of her role as our front line receptionist.
"She has proven to be a great asset to the firm. Tamika now regularly assists with CCCS projects as well as her routine responsibilities and so the move is a natural progression which will allow her to further develop her knowledge of corporate services and compliance."
CCCS is licensed by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority to conduct company management business in accordance with the Cayman Islands Companies Management Law.
It provides a range of services, including formation and strike off/liquidation and deregistration of Cayman Islands companies and partnerships, provision of registered office facilities, maintenance and filing of statutory records, acting as company secretary, certification and legalisation of official records, and attending to the payment and filing of statutory fees and returns.
For more information on Collas Crill's career and development opportunities, visit the CC Life and Careers page.