Insights / 22 March 2021
Crestbridge Family Office Services Head recognised for ‘shaping the private wealth industry’
Group Head of Family Office Services at Crestbridge, Heather Tibbo is the only professional from the Channel Islands to be profiled in a feature recognising the leading women shaping the private wealth sector.
The feature, published by ePrivateClient to mark International Women’s Day, reflects on the impact and influence women have in the private wealth sector and identifies ten women in leadership positions who are responsible for driving change across the sector.
Of the ten women profiled, Jersey-based Heather, a member of Crestbridge’s executive team and one of the driving forces behind the innovative joint venture in the US with Willow Street last year to form Crestbridge Fiduciary, is the only one to be based in the Channel Islands.
With formidable experience of working with families and corporates in multiple jurisdictions, Heather has also been recognised for three consecutive years in ePrivateClient’s ’50 Most Influential’ list of professionals across the private wealth sector, and features regularly in Citywealth’s Powerwomen Awards, including winning a Gold in this year’s Awards earlier this month.
Commenting on the feature, Heather Tibbo said: “International Women’s Day provides a reminder that a business can only thrive if it provides equal opportunities for its people to contribute and grow. The fact that ePrivateClient acknowledge in this feature that real change is being driven by both men and women is a reflection of that. Inclusion in this feature is really a testament to our belief at Crestbridge that great teams need balance, something that comes through strongly across our Family Office Services team.”
The full article can be found here.