Crowe Clark Whitehill director Phaedra Bird has been recognised in the 2017 Isle of Man Institute of Directors Director of the Year awards.
Phaedra, who earlier this year was awarded her STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Diploma in International Trust Management and achieved the highest mark in the Isle of Man for her Trustee Investment and Financial Appraisal exam, was singled out by the Institute of Directors panel for her ‘incredible dedication to the industry’.
Receiving the trophy she said: ‘Crowe Clark Whitehill has been operating in the Isle of Man for more than three decades and in that time has garnered numerous awards, thanks to the firm’s belief in supporting its people to be the best they can and delivering consistently outstanding levels of customer service above all else. While it is an honour to be recognised by one’s industry’s peers, this award very much represents a team effort. I am therefore delighted to have had this opportunity to accept this award on their behalf.’
Photo - Crowe Clark Whitehill director Phaedra Bird, left, receives her Isle of Man Institute of Directors award from branch chairman Jennifer Houghton.