Not much of an English language problem, but in a US law firm, would a partner refer a manager in the firm as "his/her colleague" in correspondence or introduction?

Would it be more appropriate to state "my manager" or "a manager" instead of just "a colleague" or "one of my colleague"?
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Marius HancuOur manager, our firm's manager, not colleague.

It sounds neutral, like it!

No problem. I know the feeling all too well. - A.
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