Daniel Cavey, Manager in Crestbridge’s Family Office Services team, has again been included in a list recognising the rising stars of the private client industry in the Channel Islands.
The ePrivateClient Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 lists the top 70 future industry leaders – 35 men and 35 women – working across the private client sector in Jersey and Guernsey. It is the third time Daniel has been included in the list.
Judges considered a number of factors in compiling the list, including individual achievements over the past 12 months and career progression. It is the fifth year the list has been published.
Daniel, who was promoted to Manager at the beginning of the year, has over fifteen years’ experience in the offshore trust business and joined Crestbridge in 2017 with a private wealth and family office background. Over the past four years, he has looked after a number of UHNWI relationships across multiple jurisdictions and with diverse assets and structures.
In particular, he has been heavily involved with the set up and administration of a particular family office structure based in Jersey and has led a number of technical transactions. An ICSA Affiliate, Daniel also holds the CISI Islamic Finance Qualification and oversees the professional development of other members of the team.
Recognition in this list marks a successful first half of the year for Crestbridge, with Co-Group Head of Family Office Services Heather Tibbo being included in ePrivateClient’s 50 Most Influential at the start of the year, and Director Danielle Cottignies winning a Gold at the Citywealth Powerwomen Awards and the award for ‘Rising Star Under 40’ at this year’s Wealthbriefing European Awards.
Heather Tibbo said: “At the heart of our success at Crestbridge is our ability to work together cohesively as a team, and Daniel epitomises this ethos. I am delighted that he has received this recognition for a second year in a row as we continue to focus on delivering first-class service in an increasingly diverse and sophisticated international family office landscape.”