Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services, has been named as one of the 50 most influential people working in the private wealth management industry.
Designed to identify, recognise and promote the leading practitioners within the private client profession, the ePrivate Client ‘50 Most Influential 2016’ list was published on 23rd November 2015. Those named are selected by the publisher’s panel of experts following a rigorous judging process and are recognised as the leaders in providing cutting edge, robust and high quality advice and service for clients and in adopting an innovative approach in meeting the needs of wealthy individuals.
With extensive experience in dealing with the financial affairs of some of the world’s wealthiest families, Iain is responsible for helping to drive JTC’s international expansion into new and existing markets. In recent years, he has overseen JTC’s growth in private client business across Europe, Asia and the Americas through organic growth, acquisitions and investment in product and service development.
He joined JTC in 2012, prior to which he was Global Head of Private Clients for TMF Group (formerly Equity Trust). As well as this being the third time he has appeared in the ‘50 Most Influential’ list, Iain has also featured four times in the annual ‘Citywealth Leaders List’.
Commenting on his inclusion, Iain said: “Being included in ePrivate Client’s list again is clearly extremely pleasing, not just for me personally but also in reflecting the high standards we adhere to at JTC against international industry standards. It’s been another busy year for JTC as we continue to focus on enhancing our private wealth services across all 18 jurisdictions we have a presence in and meet the sophisticated needs of our multi-jurisdictional client base.”
Iain’s inclusion in the ePrivate Client 50 Most Influential list follows the firm’s success earlier this year in being named in ePrivate Client’s Top 25 Trust Companies across the UK and Crown Dependencies for the fourth consecutive year.