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11 promotions at Vistra

11 promotions at Vistra

Monday 17 July 2023

11 promotions at Vistra

Monday 17 July 2023

Vistra has announced the promotion of eleven employees across its Channel Island business.

Caera Coffey, Holly Crenan, Sadie Jones and Georgia Mitchinson have been promoted within the client facing administration teams and Ian Solomon has been promoted to Facilities Manager. 

Within Private Wealth, Karin Lynch (pictured), who has been with Vistra since 2004, has been promoted to Client Director.

James Dingle and Karen Hassett, who joined the company in 2021 and 2007 respectively, have been promoted to Associate Director. Also, within the Private Wealth team, Thomas Mollet has been promoted to Assistant Manager and Grace Lloyd has been promoted to Trust Officer.

Tapfumanei Marimo, who joined the company in 2021, has been promoted to Assistant Manager, Fund Accounting, within the Real Estate team.

Speaking about the promotions, Jonathan Ferrara, the Managing Director of Vistra, Channel Islands said: “We’re delighted to reward the achievements of some of our newer and our most experienced colleagues, all of which are highly deserved. These promotions highlight the fact that Vistra recognises the talent and value of our workforce, where high-quality outcomes and dedication to high client service is rewarded through enhanced career progression.

“It also positions us to grow our client bases within the Private Wealth and Real Estate markets, so that we can provide more clients with our expert services.” 

Speaking about her recent promotion, Ms Lynch, Client Director, Private Wealth said: “I'm extremely proud to be promoted to Client Director and the opportunities that come with this role. The ONE Vistra global network, flexibility of services, and deep professional and personal experience is invaluable to our clients. It really is a fantastic time to be part of the growing Vistra Private Wealth team."

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