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EY announces Associate Partner promotion

EY announces Associate Partner promotion

Monday 05 October 2020

EY announces Associate Partner promotion


Francis Malaspina has been promoted to Assurance Associate Partner at EY in the Channel Islands.

Before joining EY, he completed a Master's degree in International Securities, Investment and Banking from the International Capital Markets Association Centre at the University of Reading.

He spent ten years working in the company's London Banking Capital Markets team before moving to the Channel Islands.

During his time in London, Mr Malaspina gained experience working on cross-jurisdictional banking engagements. He also worked on delivering Reporting Accountant opinions, as well as process and control improvement projects and Accounting Standard implementations.

Mr Malaspina has knowledge and experience of IFRS and US and UK GAAP.

In his new role, he will lead on a number of  banking engagements and support with driving the local sustainable finance service offerings. He will also be use his experience leading EY's FS Fintech, Blockchain and Crypto group in London to improve on those areas within the Channel Islands.

“I am delighted to be a part of the leadership team here in the Channel Islands. This is a fantastic new challenge for me, and I look forward to being a part of the continued growth of the Channel Islands practice," Mr Malaspina said.

EY's Channel Island Managing Partner, Andrew Dann, added: “I would like to congratulate Francis on reaching this milestone in his career.

"Since joining the Jersey office, Francis has already proven to be a valued member of the team and provides invaluable insight from his time with the London team. I wish him every success in his new role.

"During these uncertain times, it’s encouraging to be able to grow our business and continue to support our clients and local finance industry.”

Pictured top: Francis Malaspina.

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