Annabel joined Collas Crill in November 2014 as a Paralegal and recently qualified into the corporate, funds and finance team on completion of her training contract. She qualified as a Solicitor of England & Wales in September 2018. 

During her training contract, Annabel spent three months on secondment at a private bank in Jersey working within the credit team. She was also seconded to Charles Russell Speechlys LLP in London where she obtained experience within the contentious trusts and estates team. 

Prior to joining Collas Crill, Annabel worked for a year as a corporate services assistant at a local fund administrators and completed the STEP Certificate in International Trust Management during this time.

Annabel completed the Legal Practice Course in London at the University of Law, Moorgate. Prior to this she attended Oxford Brookes University where she undertook a joint degree in Psychology with Anthropology and went on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law at Oxford Brookes School of Law.

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With a depth of multi-jurisdictional experience our offices in BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey, London and Singapore, we ensure that advice is provided in the context of other key global offshore centres and with a knowledge of the bigger, global picture. Our clients appreciate our pro-active attitude to providing sensible user-friendly advice, our accuracy and honesty in our approach to pricing matters, and our senior level involvement in all matters to ensure smooth progress and client satisfaction. In an increasingly complex, competitive and more tightly regulated market, we'll make sure your business or commercial venture reaches its full potential.

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Deal 15 May 2020

Collas Crill advises on Premier Inn

Collas Crill acted as legal advisor to Channel Islands-based property developer, Comprop, which has signed up to facilities with the Royal Bank of Scotland International...

Insight 17 Jan 2020

Banks' Quincecare duty to customers

In July 2019 we published a briefing note on a case involving a bank's duty of care to protect its customer against fraud by third parties: The Federal Republic of Nigeria v...

Deal 31 Jul 2019

£31 million UK property refinancing

Collas Crill have assisted The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited (RBS International) with the further amendment and restatement of a £31 million facility to...

News 14 Mar 2019

The meaning of Absolute Discretion

The recent case of UBS AG v Rose Capital Ventures Limited [2018] EWHC 3137 (Ch) demonstrates that courts will not rush to imply terms into contracts where the drafting is...

News 14 Mar 2019

Indulgence Clauses

A guarantor's liability under a guarantee is dependent on the underlying obligation, usually the loan agreement. Any amendment to the principal obligation could...

Deal 4 Feb 2019

£75m property portfolio sale

Collas Crill acted as Guernsey and BVI counsel to Cubic Property Fund Limited in the sale of a property portfolio, with an asset value of approximately £75,000,000, to...

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