JTC has promoted 85 people across its global business, spanning its Funds, Corporate, Private Client, Group Operations and Business Support teams.
The promotions, which cover all levels of seniority from Administrator to Group Director, are in recognition of individual performance, commitment to structured professional development and contribution to JTC’s ongoing growth.
Featuring employees from offices in the Channel Islands, South Africa, Mauritius, Netherlands, Americas, Switzerland, Isle of Man, London and Dubai, the promotions include 18 senior appointments.
David Ryan becomes Group Director in Treasury Services in Jersey, whilst in the firm’s Funds business Bruce Smith is now a Senior Director, Elize Bland and Graham Sleep have been made Directors and Cas Van Aardenne, Lisa De Vos and Ross Wentzel are promoted to Associate Directors, all of whom are based in Cape Town.
Within Corporate Services, Max Kloosterhuis becomes a Senior Director and Dewi Habraken an Associate Director – both are located in Amsterdam.
In JTC’s Private Client business, in Switzerland, Julie Zingiloglu has been appointed a Senior Director and Rosalind Le Page a Director, whilst Jersey based Linda Garnier and Robert Monticelli are now Senior Directors with Joel Chinn being promoted to Director.
As part of the Group’s operational functions, Sheilagh Hall has been promoted to HR Director in Cape Town and Claire Driver an HR Associate Director, with Avril Bell becoming an Associate Director in Risk and Compliance again in Cape Town and Mark Jones an Associate Director within Office Services in Jersey.
Commenting on the promotions, Wendy Holley, JTC’s Chief Operating Officer, said:
“Our shared ownership structure means that everyone who is employed by JTC, across our jurisdictions and business areas, is a direct owner of the business and plays an integral part in the Group’s ongoing success. The focus we place on life-long learning and development through the group-wide JTC Academy is key, giving all our people the opportunity to continuously build their knowledge and gain new skills. We are delighted to be able to recognise so many colleagues across our offices who have worked hard to achieve their deserved promotions.”