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Amy Collins

Client Director - Private Client

Amy is a key member of our Family Office practice and specialises in the provision of services for ultra-high net worth families. Having spent nearly 10 years providing tax advisory services to private clients in the UK, Amy relocated to Jersey in 2014 and is now a Client Director in the Family Office practice. Amy has a thorough understanding of her clients' affairs, enabling her to provide a wide range of services to support the families in their personal, entrepreneurial and philanthropic ventures. The families for which she acts are truly international with a variety of nationalities and assets and operations in a number of jurisdictions.

Amy is a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Tax Advisor. Additionally, she is an affiliate member of STEP having completed the Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising. She currently acts as Chairman of the Jersey Branch Committee of the Chartered Institute of Tax.

Amy and her team were recently awarded an Excellence Award for Multi-Family Office of the year and were short-listed for the STEP multi-family office of the year. She has been credited as one of the 'Top 35 Under 35' by Private Client Practitioner three times, as well as being recognised in the 2017 'Future Leaders Top 100'. She was also awarded the 'Little Prize' for the highest mark in her taxation paper as part of her Chartered Accountancy exams. She speaks at various events on family office matters and contributes to leading publications.

Qualifications
Certificate in Family Business Advising
Memberships
Chartered Institute of Tax - Associate
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales - Fellow
STEP - Affiliate member, Advanced

My latest articles

Amy Collins & Michael Kinross named in eprivateclient's 'Top 35 Under 35'

We are delighted to share that both Client Director, Amy Collins and Assistant Manager, Michael Ki...

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How and when to exit a family business

As the number of high net worth families continues to increase across the world and with many of t...

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