Philip Radford and Paul Tucknott have been promoted to the board of Saffery Champness Holdings Limited.
The board has strategic responsibility for the firm’s offshore business, which is headquartered in Guernsey but also has offices in Geneva and Dubai.
Mr Radford is a Director in Guernsey, leading a team which establishes administers and manages a variety of offshore structures.
He has a particular specialism in sustainable investing and micro-finance and heads the firm’s Investment Review Committee, which reviews the appointment and performance of managers of quoted investment portfolios within the various fiduciary teams.
Meanwhile, Mr Tucknott is the Managing Director of Saffery Champness (Suisse) SA and is based in the firm’s Geneva office.
Mr Tucknott has responsibility for a team dealing with a wide range of offshore structures for a portfolio of high net worth clients.
Both members of staff have been promoted to Board Directors.
“I welcome Paul and Philip to the board," said Managing Director of Saffery Champness Holdings Limited, Nick Batiste. "They bring with them real depth of expertise and experience which will be hugely valuable as we continue to enhance and evolve our business.
"Paul has been fundamental to our successful, and rapid, growth in Switzerland and subsequent expansion with our new Cayman offering, while Philip continues to play a key role in the development of our trust business and wider advisory services both in Guernsey and through our office in Dubai.
"This international outlook and experience mirrors our increasingly global and complex client base and, therefore, our business strategy – which Paul and Philip will play a key part in shaping and delivering.”
Pictured top: Managing Director of Saffery Champness Holdings Limited, Nick Batiste.
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