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New project to celebrate rising private client professional stars

New project to celebrate rising private client professional stars

Thursday 19 April 2018

New project to celebrate rising private client professional stars

Thursday 19 April 2018

Eprivateclient, a data provider for the global private client professional sector, has launched a Channel Islands focused version of its Top 35 Under 35.

The eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 is used as a guide to the rising stars amongst the private client legal, accountancy and fiduciary sectors.

The new version aims to recognise and celebrate the depth and breadth of young talent in these sectors across the Channel Islands.

“2018 marks the 10th anniversary of the eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 and what better way to mark this important milestone than with the launch of a Channel Islands focused version,” said James Anderson, editor-in-chief and founder of PAM Insight, publishers of eprivateclient and thewealthnet. 

“There is clearly a huge pool of young talent in Jersey and Guernsey that deserves recognition. This new version will, as the established version has, quickly become the definitive guide to the rising stars in these jurisdictions, as well as underscoring the strength in depth that exists in these two leading centres."

The new initiative will run alongside the established UK and Crown Dependencies Top 35 Under 35 – and those individuals nominated for the new version will also be considered for the UK and Crown Dependencies version later in the year.

The closing date for nominations is Friday 4 May 2018. After this date the final list will be drawn up from the nominations which will be unveiled exclusively on eprivateclient. This will be followed by champagne receptions in Jersey and Guernsey to celebrate those that make the final listings.

To qualify for nomination the professional must be aged 35, or under, at 31 December 2018 and based in either Jersey or Guernsey. 

Nominations can be made here, or via

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