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Paul Clohesy

Treasury Director

Paul joined JTC in 2020 as our Treasury Director. He is responsible for managing the Group’s in-house treasury team and function with particular focus on cash management solutions and foreign exchange for the benefit of our global client base.

Paul joins us from Sanne where he previously held a similar senior role. He brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge and experience having worked in this particular sector for more than 20 years. Before moving to Jersey in 2004, he held senior positions with high profile names such as Lloyds, Nedbank and Sanne and was based in London, Isle of Man and Luxembourg. Paul’s appointment is an important part of JTC’s strategy to expand treasury services and leverage the opportunities we have with our existing and new clients.


  • Chartered FCSI

In Their Spare Time

Outside of work Paul loves spending his time in the garden with the family during the summer and in front of the fire with a good movie when it started getting chilly outside. Paul also enjoys a quick round of golf and frequently attends the gym.


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