Ogier Corporate Services has been shortlisted for the ICSA Jersey Administration Team of the Year Award, having won the ICSA Jersey Administrator of the Year accolade in 2012.  The awards are now in their second year and the ceremony will take place on Friday 21 June at the Hotel de France.  The categories, comprising Company Secretary of the Year; Company Secretariat of the Year; Administrator of the Year; Administration Team of the Year; Governance Award; and The One to Watch, will be judged by a panel of professionally qualified local experts. Ogier Group Partner Simon Mackenzie said "I am thrilled that Ogier Corporate Services has been shortlisted for this award.  We have a fantastic team, the majority of whom are ICSA qualified or studying towards an ICSA qualification.  ICSA membership has considerable benefits for individual team members and also for the business and our clients.  We have been involved in a large number of complex, high profile international transactions over the past year and the technical skills gained through ICSA study have enabled our team members to deliver the highest standards of corporate governance and client service."In addition to last year's ICSA win for Ogier Corporate Services, Ogier's administration business continues to be recognised for its expertise across each of its core service lines.  In May this year, Ogier Private Wealth won the Independent Trust Company of the Year award at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards and Ogier Fund Services won the Private Equity News Fund Administrator of the Year award in 2011.  Ogier Fiduciary Services has also won industry awards in Guernsey and Cayman over the last year.ICSA (the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators) is the international qualifying and membership body for the Chartered Secretary profession and a recognised authority on governance and compliance.  ICSA has over 36,000 members in the UK and Jersey is home to 800 members.  In the local context the qualification is recognised by the Jersey Financial Services Commission and all the major employers.