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Jessica Burgess Paralegal

Two new appointments to Collas Crill’s corporate, finance & funds team

Collas Crill is pleased to announce that it has further strengthened its corporate, finance and funds team in Jersey with the addition of Christine Fox as counsel and Alexander Price as associate.

These appointments are driven by a sustained period of growth in the firm’s work flows.

Christine brings with her over 15 years’ legal experience and specialises in banking and finance work.

She advises lenders, borrowers and trustees on a broad range of finance matters, including major financial institutions, private equity houses and large corporate groups.

Christine has worked on the Jersey aspects of many complex, high value and multi-jurisdictional transactions. She specialises on transactions involving the financing, security enforcement and restructuring of Jersey property unit trusts, limited partnerships and special purpose and joint venture vehicles.

Prior to joining Collas Crill, Christine spent eight years in Carey Olsen's Jersey banking team and two years as a legal adviser in the legislative projects team at the Jersey Law Officers' Department.

Alexander advises borrowers and lenders on all aspects of corporate, commercial and finance law. He focuses on real estate finance and has specialist knowledge of Islamic finance structures.

Prior to joining Collas Crill, Alexander worked in the real estate finance team at Shakespeare Martineau LLP in Birmingham.

Group partner Mike Williams, who heads up the team, said: “It’s fantastic to be further bolstering the corporate, finance & funds team as it continues to go from strength-to-strength.

“We are delighted to welcome both Christine and Alexander. To attract lawyers of their calibre is testament to the quality of our clients and the work we are doing. They will further enhance our reputation as an ascendant player in our field and will ensure that we continue to deliver the level of exceptional service that our clients expect and deserve.”

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