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Estera brings staff together under one roof

Estera brings staff together under one roof

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Estera brings staff together under one roof

Tuesday 30 April 2019

Estera has moved to its new offices in Guernsey, meaning the firm’s fund administration, accounting and reporting services, as well as their corporate and trust services will all be offered from one site.

The global provider of funds, corporate and trust services says this will mean it can serve clients "more effectively than ever before."

Estera bought Heritage Financial Services Group and Morgan Sharpe in 2017 making it one of the island’s largest administrators, and this move to a 17,600 sq ft office at Trafalgar Court in St Peter Port, will bring together all 100 members of the Guernsey team under one roof.

Farah Ballands, Chief Executive Officer at Estera, said: “We are making significant investments into our Guernsey business with multi-million pound investments into both our new office and new fund administration platform.  This move demonstrates our commitment to Guernsey and we look forward to our team continuing to make a significant contribution to the wider Estera Group.”   


Pictured: Estera staff. Image by Nick Depres. 

Ethan Levner, Managing Director at Estera in Guernsey, added: “2019 will prove to be a breakthrough year for the team here in Guernsey.  With our new office, major technology investments, key hires and promotions as well as the completion of strategic acquisitions relevant to our Guernsey business we have everything going for us.  We are already one of the largest and most successful firms in our industry in Guernsey, boasting a large market share, a stable of blue chip clients and a growing reputation as a high-quality and innovative service provider, and that gives us a strong foundation from which to grow.”

Pictured top: Estera's new office. Image by Nick Depres.


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