Tatiana Collins from Ogier's investment funds and corporate team in Jersey has been promoted to senior associate.
Tatiana joined Ogier in 2014. She specialises in funds and corporate transactions including the establishment, management, re-structuring and liquidation of various types of funds and corporate structures, dealing with related tax and regulatory issues (including the AIFMD), structured acquisitions and disposals of assets across Europe and financing and re-financing arrangements.
She was admitted in the Cayman Islands in 2015 prior to joining Ogier's investment funds and corporate team in the Cayman Islands for a year.
Tatiana's promotion comes at a time of sustained growth for Ogier's Cayman law offering, with a number of promotions across the firm including Piers Dryden and Joanne Huckle to partner, Ben Gillooly to counsel and Justin Savage to managing associate. James Lydeard from Ogier in Cayman's banking and finance team and Shaun Maloney from the office's dispute resolution team have also been promoted to senior associate.
Partner Piers Dryden, who leads Ogier's Cayman law offering for clients and intermediaries in European time-zones following his relocation to Jersey, said:
"I'm pleased to announce the well-deserved promotion of Tatiana to senior associate. She is an excellent, dedicated lawyer, and her experience in Cayman and Jersey is invaluable for our Europe-based Cayman law offering. We're committed to developing, recognising and rewarding talent at all levels within the firm, and this recent cluster of promotions reflects that commitment."