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Jodi Hill To Discuss ‘Breaking the Bias in Succession Planning’ at African Women in Business Conference

Start: 8th Mar 2022

JTC’s Deputy Head of Private Client Services – Jersey, Jodi Hill, will be participating as a panellist during the second annual ‘African Women in Family Business’ (#AWIFB2022) online conference.

The conference will be hosted and moderated by Nike Anani and Tsitsi Mutendi of ‘African Family Firms’. It is a three day event, which takes place on 7, 8 & 9 March. Jodi will be speaking on 8 March at 15.00-16.00 (GMT)/17.00-18.00 (CAT) on the subject of ‘breaking the bias on succession planning’. Some of the discussion topics that will be covered are: what biases are commonly found in the succession planning process, why you think bias exists and what practical steps/tools families can use to break the bias.

Jodi will be joined by trust and estate planning practitioner, Mofoluke Keshinro, founder of Frontier Market Consultants, Namukale Chintu, and founder of Emerging Africa Group, Toyin Sanni.

The online conference is free and open for all to attend. Click here to register for the event.

About Jodi and JTC

Jodi is based in Jersey where she oversees a talented team which manages a diverse portfolio of structures, many with a connection to Africa or India. She forms part of the senior management team for Jersey’s private client division.

Our Africa team has in-depth experience in the set-up and administration of structures for private clients across the region.

Our qualified professionals guide successful business families in their succession planning and wealth structuring strategies. We also help corporate entities, impact investors and development finance institutions with their cross-border structuring.

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