Donna Brehaut, trust manager and Zac Hanley, senior trust officer at Saffery Champness Registered Fiduciaries, have been named on eprivateclient’s Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 for 2019.
eprivateclient’s Channel Islands Top 35 under 35, now in its second year, is designed to identify, recognise, promote and introduce the rising stars within the private client advisory industry specifically in the Channel Islands.The list is compiled following a judging process which focuses on the strength of the nomination, achievements over the past 12 months and their stellar career progression.
In addition, those on the list will have an opportunity to meet and network with the other top 35 men and 35 women under 35 practitioners across the private wealth industry.
Appearing on the list for the second year running, trust manager Donna Brehaut joined Saffery Champness in 2018 and has over 11 years’ experience in managing structures for clients and their families.
Ms Brehaut oversees a fiduciary team specialising in the establishment, management and administration of a varied portfolio of offshore structures for high net worth individuals across a range of jurisdictions.
Senior trust officer, Zac Hanley was born and educated in Guernsey, and joined Saffery Champness in 2011. After completing his ICSA qualifications in July 2017, he was the first member of staff at Saffery Champness to enrol onto the MSC Corporate Governance, a master’s degree level course run by the University of Bournemouth.
Mr Hanley leads a portfolio of clients with a diverse asset base and has particular knowledge and experience in commercial real estate transactions and structuring. He also has experience in leading family re-structures and utilising Protected Cell Companies.
Managing director of Saffery Champness, Nick Batiste commented “Donna and Zac are valued members of the firm, it is encouraging to see that their hard work has been recognised by eprivateclient and I am pleased that they have been recognised amongst such a talented group of trust professionals.”