Global service provider, JTC, has appointed Charles-Henry Courtois as Regional Head – AMEA within its Private Client Services (PCS) Division as the firm continues to focus on growth across the Asia, Middle East and Africa markets.
In his new role, Charles-Henry, who is based in London and sits on JTC’s PCS Executive Committee, will provide oversight for PCS’ client service and business development activities across the AMEA region and is responsible for its development and performance.
Working closely with the other regional heads and the senior management team, he will identify and secure growth opportunities in line with JTC’s global market strategy.
With 25 years’ experience in the international private client space, Charles-Henry began his career in Jersey with a major European trust administration firm before relocating to London as the deputy head of tax and estate planning business. He joins JTC from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he stayed 15 years, first as a wealth strategist for the EMEA region and subsequently as the head of the international trust and wealth structuring group. Most recently, Charles-Henry has held a number of senior roles for the firm in the US in the Institutional Retirement space.
Charles-Henry read law in Paris, holds a Masters in Public Policy from the UCL and is a Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services at JTC, said:
“Our regional approach to business development has helped us to achieve strong growth, and we are continuing with this successful model.
As part of this approach, we remain keenly focused on opportunities in Asia, the Middle East and Africa (AMEA), and Charles-Henry will play a key role within our senior leadership team in supporting that drive across those markets. Charles-Henry’s knowledge and experience of the global wealth landscape will be pivotal as we retain our focus on providing first class service to globally dynamic individuals and families in what continues to be a complex environment for private clients.”