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Guernsey promotions at Moore Stephens

Guernsey promotions at Moore Stephens

Monday 06 January 2020

Guernsey promotions at Moore Stephens

Monday 06 January 2020

Moore Stephens has announced promotions across its Channel Islands franchise.

With effect from the beginning of the year, Nick Ford has been appointed Managing Director of Moore Stephens Fiduciaries (Guernsey) Limited.

Mr Ford  joined the company in October 2018 with responsibility for business development and oversight of trust and corporate teams in Guernsey. He has experience in dealing with high net worth families as well as complex structures across a wide range of jurisdictions.

A Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant, with 20 years of experience in trust and corporate services, he has been recognised in both eprivateclient's 'Top 35 Under 35' and Citywealth's 'Future Leader' lists.

"Following the incorporation of the partnership in July and having successfully completed our first six months of trading in our new structure, this is an extremely positive step for both Nick personally and the Private Client Services team, reinforcing our commitment and ambition to develop and grow our business further," commented Chief Executive of Moore Stephens in the Channel Islands, Sam Bird.

Additionally, Kim Baxter, who is also based in Guernsey, will take the lead on all HR matters across the Channel Islands, becoming Operations Manager and Head of HR.

"This is another important step for our business, and we believe this addition to Kim’s role will ensure that we continue to invest in the personal development of our staff and create continuity across the Channel Islands", added Mr Bird.

Mrs Baxter, who is Assoc CIPD qualified, will be supported in her extended role by Levi-Jade Bishop who has been promoted to the newly created role of Operations and HR Co-ordinator.

A number of further promotions have been made in the Jersey team.

Pictured top: Those promoted at Moore Stephens across the Channel Islands.

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