Saffery Champness has promoted nine members of staff including, three of them to management roles.
Nicola Kendall and Tim Le Page have been promoted to trust manager and Allison Brouard to senior compliance manager.
Mrs Kendall qualified as a Chartered Secretary and was admitted as an associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in 2008 having obtained the Certificate and Diploma in Offshore Finance and Administration.
She joined Saffery Champness in 1997 as an Assistant Group Secretary, subsequently moving into a role as a Trainee Trust and Company Administrator where she continued to progress. She now has responsibility for managing a team administering the affairs of ultra-high net worth private clients.
Mr Le Page joined Saffery Champness in July 2000 as a trainee and over a period of years has developed his expertise in the setup and administration of offshore structures for high net worth clients from a wide range of jurisdictions. He qualified as a member of STEP in 2006 having obtained his ACCA Accounting Technician qualification.
In her role as senior compliance manager, Mrs Brouard is responsible for a team of four compliance staff. She provides advice to Saffery Champness staff on money laundering and fraud prevention, the sanctions regime and business risk issues. Mrs Brouard is a member of the International Compliance Association (ICA), with an ICA Diploma in Compliance. She joined Saffery Champness in September 2007 having had 21 years previous experience within the fiduciary sector.
Imogen Wilson, Rachel Bridel, Sarah Smith, Ave Thompson, Annie Davidson-Wood and Jake Dutot have all been promoted within the trust and audit departments.
Saffery Champness director Nick Batiste, who takes on the role of managing director from 1 April, said: “I would like to congratulate my colleagues on their recent promotions. Saffery Champness remains one of Guernsey’s few independent trust businesses and we place great pride in supporting our staff in the pursuit of their career development.”