Collas Crill associate Gregory Haddow has been included in the Private Client Global Elite - Ones to Watch 2018 listing.
Compiled by Legal Week and The American Lawyer, the list aims to identify the trusts and private client rising star lawyers with an international reach.
This accolade comes hot on the heels of Gregory's recent listing by eprivateclient as one of the Channel Islands' Top 35 Under 35 private client practitioners.
Mr Haddow, who qualified as a solicitor last year following the completion of his training contract with Collas Crill, sits in the firm's trust and fiduciary team. He specialises in providing advice in relation to non-contentious trust and foundation matters.
Angela Calnan, the group partner who heads Collas Crill's trusts and fiduciary practice in Guernsey, said: "This is another great recognition for Greg. We are extremely proud of yet another accolade for him. It is very much well deserved as Greg has both excellent technical skills and his people skills are second to none. He is already involved in developing our relationships with trustees locally and law firms in London. He has a fabulous career ahead of him."
Mr Haddow said: "I am delighted to have listed in the Private Client Global Elite. Being recognised as "One to Watch" is a great reflection on the training and development we receive at Collas Crill and I am very proud to contribute to the strength and capability of our trust and fiduciary practice."
Three private client partners from Collas Crill, Christian Hay, Damian James and Kellyann Ozouf. were also included in the Private Client Global Elite 2018 listing.
Collas Crill's private client team spans both contentious and non-contentious matters and provides high-net-worth individuals, private banks and trust companies with specialist advice on a range of issues including wealth structuring, regulatory matters, real estate, private family funds and conflict resolution.
You can find the full Ones-to-Watch list here: https://privateclientglobalelite.com/onestowatch/
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