Awards / 23 February 2021
Crestbridge in ‘most influential’ private client list
Crestbridge has once again been featured in a list recognising leaders from across the UK and Crown Dependencies private client sector.
Group Head of Family Office Services Heather Tibbo has been included in the ‘50 Most Influential’ list, published by ePrivateClient, which recognises and celebrates the most prominent and important figures from across the UK and UK Crown Dependencies’ private client landscape.
As well as highlighting the full careers and recent achievements of the individuals included, the annual list also identifies those who are at the forefront of driving forward progress in the private wealth space.
Heather, who has now been included in the list for the past three consecutive years, has over 25 years’ experience in the UHNW sector and has worked with UHNWIs, their families and institutions to provide a comprehensive range of family office services to families and corporate clients based in multiple jurisdictions. As well as being responsible for the Family Office Services business, Heather is also a member of Crestbridge’s Executive team with input to the strategic direction and expansion of the business.
Heather has also been instrumental in establishing an innovative joint venture with Wyoming-based Willow Street Group to form Crestbridge Fiduciary. The joint venture brings a unique international trust proposition to the US market, enabling families with US-based interests to access a comprehensive and highly sophisticated global platform for protecting and structuring their wealth and assets.
Commenting on being included in the list for another year, Heather Tibbo added: “Our approach to ensuring we deliver first class service to clients is very much a team-based one, and my inclusion in this list is a reflection of that team ethos. That collective approach is particularly important at the moment, with clients demanding far reaching expertise across the jurisdictions to guide them through an unprecedented environment.”