JTC has welcomed four new directors to its senior team as part of a 36-strong raft of mid-year promotions across its global network.
With its Private Wealth division, Mariano Marco has been made Senior Director in JTC’s Miami office, whilst Alina Frangu has been made Associate Director in Switzerland, as has Tahir Mahammad Abdul Wahab in Mauritius. Meanwhile, Nigel Carruthers has become Associate Director in the firm’s Information Systems team, based in Jersey.
In addition, the firm has recognised the achievements and hard work of a further 32 staff members across its Private Wealth, Funds and Corporate Services divisions, as well as its central operations teams.
Within Private Wealth, those recognised with promotion include Alaina Chatfield, Karen Burton, Sean Kenny, Paul Russell, Emma Gibaut and Guy Stephens in Jersey; Kerry Jones and Catherine Moore in the Isle of Man; and Gregory Radford in Guernsey.
Within Fund and Corporate Services those promoted include: Christopher Gibbons in London; Corentin Duchêne in Luxembourg; Jonathan Tuck, Andy Craig, Rachel Vibert, Elizabeth McAlinden and Chantelle Coote in Jersey; Sanaa Assa, Juliette Francois, Oana-Jeanina Astilean and Wessel Nanninga in Amsterdam; and Ezandri Booyens, Julian Lindeque, Rene Stoltenkamp, Steffan Jantjies, Zine Gengana and Mzekelo Madikane in South Africa.
Across JTC’s operations teams, those promoted are Cirsten Maes and Nakisha Abel within Risk & Compliance in Amsterdam and the BVI respectively; Nicola Boult in Human Resources, Anna Hall in Legal, and Emma Grant in Office Services, all in Jersey; and Lucien Brink in Information Systems in South Africa.
Commenting on the promotions COO Wendy Holley (recently appointed to the JTC PLC board) said:
“Our training opportunities via our Academy and our Shared Ownership are key to what makes JTC unique and we are committed to supporting the ongoing development of all of our people across our global network of 20 offices. I’d like to congratulate everyone who has been promoted and wish them well as they continue on their professional journey”.