Highvern is proud to reveal that two members of its expert Private Wealth team have been recognised as part of the annual eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 listing. Emma Furzer, Trust Manager, and Jack Barlow, Assistant Trust Manager, both feature on the list of the Channel Islands’ very best professional private client practitioners.
The list looks to recognise and promote the rising stars of the private professions. The final 70 (35 men and 35 women) were named following a rigorous judging process which looks at individual’s achievements over the last twelve months along with the number of nominations they received.
This is the fourth year Emma has been included on the listing, having featured since the inception of the Channel Islands Awards in 2018. She said: “I am delighted to be included once again on this list with so many of my talented peers. Training and developing my team has always been a part of the role I enjoy, so I look forward to encouraging more of Highvern’s rising stars to join me on the list in future years.”
It is the first year that Jack Barlow has been named in the Top 35 Under 35, having undertaken some complex structuring work at Highvern for a high-net-worth family: “This is a great platform from which to continue my career and an opportunity to network with professionals on a much wider scale. The last year has afforded me the chance to demonstrate my skills and learning, allowing me to become a key trusted adviser for one of our most important clients.”
Naomi Rive, Group Director and Head of Private Wealth said: “Our congratulations go to Emma and Jack who have demonstrated ambition, dedication and a great work ethic during their time with us, this recognition is fully deserved. To have two of our rising stars included within this listing is a fantastic achievement and shows the wider industry that Highvern is a company who develop and produce the best and most talented professionals.”
The winners of the Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 will automatically be put forward for consideration for the UK and Crown Dependencies listing, which is due to be announced in September.