Charlotte is the Managing Director of Collas Crill Corporate Services Limited (CCCS), a licensed company manager in the Cayman Islands associated with the Collas Crill Group.
Charlotte joined the law firm Collas Crill in 2016, and became a partner of that firm in 2018, subsequently taking overall responsibility for the day to day operational management of CCCS.
Charlotte is a qualified Cayman Islands lawyer (non-practising) and has 15 years experience working for large and medium sized international legal, trust and fiduciary services companies.
Prior to joining Collas Crill, Charlotte was responsible for building the trust and private client book of business of Walkers Management Services as well as being part of the project team that launched their Jersey office in 2007.
At Intertrust Charlotte worked in the Capital Markets fiduciary team, continuing her focus on trust services and was appointed as non-executive independent directorship on a portfolio of companies, predominately private equity, alternative investment, and structured finance vehicles. She lead the transactional team in Cayman responsible for delivering several Latam bond issuances using a trust Issuer vehicle, the largest of which was $300M, and an innovative trust SPV solution in a complex restructuring for a large German-based global manufacturing group.
Charlotte gained operational management experience as Operating Officer she specialised in delivering post-merger project and change management solutions for Intertrust. She held positions on several high profile Group-level committees responsible for delivering various IT based solutions across their global platform to clients and stakeholders. In 2015, Intertrust successfully listed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, becoming the first provider in their space to become a listed company.
Charlotte is a CIMA approved director, an ICSA Accredited Director and holds memberships with the Cayman Islands Legal Practioner's Association, Cayman Islands Directors Association.
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