Following the completion of its BVI merger, Collas Crill has made six promotions across the firm.
Simon Heggs, Nin Ritchie and Anna Douglass have been promoted to Senior Associate in Guernsey and Alex Jeffery has been promoted to Associate in Jersey.
In the firm's business services teams, Jessica Hobbs has been promoted to Marketing and Digital Manager and Ollie Le Prevost has been promoted to IT Support Analyst.
Simon sits in the firm's commercial team. His new role will see him take a broader supervisory role within the growing team as well as a leading role in developing the firm's capital markets offering in the Channel Islands.
Nin is part of the in the dispute resolution team. She will continue to take a lead role in the firm's successful semi-contentious and contentious risk and regulatory practice in Guernsey and will drive the business development in this area.
Anna sits in the UK property team managing a high volume caseload of residential conveyancing and financing transactions. Anna's focus will be on assisting clients with residential property structuring in the light of the changes to the UK taxation regime.
Alex is based in the dispute resolution team in Jersey. Alex's promotion will see him continue to develop his experience in the firm's successful contentious trust and contentious commercial litigation practice together with running and managing general civil litigation matters.
Jessica is responsible for the firm's marketing activities across all its jurisdictions and has just completed her Certificate in Marketing. Her new role will see her manage all of Collas Crill's digital platforms, developing them in line with the firm's strategy.
Ollie has been actively involved with the firm's digital infrastructure and works closely with third party suppliers to ensure the smooth running of the IT services. Ollie will continue to focus on improving his server side technical support skills and have more in-depth involvement in system changes.
Jason Romer, Group Managing Partner, said: "These six promotions are all in recognition of the hard work and dedication of these individuals to the firm in what has been an exceptionally busy year for Collas Crill.
"We are very proud of our home-grown talent approach and pride ourselves on the internal career progression available at our firm. Everyone has the opportunity to develop their skills through quality work opportunities, supported by professional training delivered in-house or by external providers, mentoring and support."