BDO in Guernsey has bolstered its business operations team with the arrival of four new employees in IT and compliance.
Jason Mauger has joined the firm as Chief Technology Officer having previously worked for a global telecommunications company where he was responsible for global IT operations and a large team of IT professionals.
Emma Torode has joined as IT Support Assistant having previously studied with the College of Further Education and gained qualifications up to BTEC Level 3 in Computing.
Compliance Manager Christina Stagg joined BDO from an international insurance company where she was a compliance monitoring associate. She has two law degrees from Exeter University and a postgraduate diploma in governance, risk and compliance.
Amber Martin is another addition to the team as Compliance Assistant, having previously held a similar role at an international bank based in the island.
BDO Managing Director Richard Searle said of the new recruits: "At BDO we offer our people a purpose, a culture and the global capabilities that enable us to navigate a changing world. Expert business operations are essential for any organisation’s future growth strategy and I’m thrilled to welcome Jason, Emma, Christina and Amber to BDO.
"Aligned with our strategy of embracing enhanced use of technology and regulatory expertise both internally and with clients, these appointments demonstrate our ongoing investment in our people, which will continue into the year ahead.”
Pictured top: Amber Martin, Christina Stagg, Emma Torode and Jason Mauger.
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