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Three Collas Crill partners named on Citywealth Leaders List

Three Collas Crill partners have been named on the Citywealth Leaders List for 2015.

Collas Crill's Head of Fiduciary, Angela Calnan, has been named on the 'Honours List' as well as on the 'Leading Lawyers' list for the second year running.

The 'Contentious Trusts - Prominent Figures' list features Head of Dispute Resolution in Guernsey, Christian Hay, and Jersey Dispute Resolution Partner Damian James. Client testimonials described Christian as "hard working, tactically shrewd and good on his feet in Court" and recognised Damian as "extremely hard-working and knowledgeable" and commended him for his "clear understanding of the most complex cases" and "prompt, concise advice".

The Citywealth Leaders List is an independent list of leading lawyers, accountants, trustees and fund managers in private wealth management in the UK, Channel Islands and beyond. Individuals are chosen by nomination and recommendation by peers and clients. Inclusion on the list is recognition of the high-calibre work they have undertaken during the year and the regard in which they are held by their contemporaries.

Collas Crill Managing Partner, Jason Romer, said: "Collas Crill has maintained a strong presence on the leaders list for a number of years. For our individuals to be recognised by clients and peers around the world reflects not only their depth of expertise but also the high standard of client service that Collas Crill is known for. We are proud of our teams and pleased to receive such a sound endorsement of our approach."



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