Hawksford's Charlotte Elliott and Kerrie Smith have been recognised in this year's eprivateclient Top 35 under 35 Channel Islands list, which identifies and recognises the rising stars of the private client professions in Jersey and Guernsey.
The awards pay tribute to the exceptional work our professionals accomplish within the industry and follows on from Hawksford's recent success in the eprivateclient Top Trust Company rankings 2021.
Charlotte is an Associate Director and Head of Wills and Probate at Hawksford. This is the fourth year Charlotte has been included on the listing, having featured in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
She is responsible for assisting clients with a variety of Wills and Probate Services which include drafting of Jersey and UK Wills, applying for local, fast track and foreign domicile probate applications, estate and curatorship administration and the drafting of powers of attorney.
Charlotte has a wealth of experience with clients that have challenging international and cross-border elements to their estate planning. She also manages a team and assists with a diverse range of private client structures with clients who are based all around the world including client relationships that require more complex structuring and seek bespoke arrangements.
Kerrie is a Manager in the Private Client team at Hawksford, responsible for supporting senior management with the oversight of a team of administrators and is the primary contact for several UHNW families within her own client portfolio. Kerrie’s experience covers varying jurisdictions, structures and asset classes, which has allowed Kerrie to gain a high level of expertise and technical knowledge.
Kerrie was also shortlisted within the Trust and Corporate Service category of the Jersey Finance Rising star awards of 2020 and her hard work has allowed her to progress quickly to a management role and to secure the trust and confidence or her clients and colleagues.
The winners of the Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 list will also be put forward for consideration for the UK and Crown Dependencies listing, which is due to be announced in September.
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