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James Queree

Manager - Operations - Business Operations Jersey 

James joined JTC in 2020 to be part of our Institutional Client Services Business Operations team which focuses on assisting key operational initiatives that improve efficiency, facilitate development and long-term success across the division.

Prior to this, he started his finance career in 2016 at IQ-EQ as part of the on-boarding function and progressed through to work in the administration of open-ended funds managing an international client portfolio.

James has also spent over a decade travelling, studying and playing football away from Jersey and oversaw the domestic operations of an international football academy based in Spain whilst also playing for a team in the country’s Tercera Division.

Qualifications

  • Masters in Business Administration
  • BA – Business & Sport Management

In Their Spare Time

James enjoys keeping active and making the most of what Jersey has to offer. He is Captain of the Jersey Bulls – the island’s football club which competes in the UK’s Combined Counties League Division One – and has been seen attempting other sports such as golf, tennis and surfing.

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