Intertrust in Guernsey has appointed a new Managing Director with more than 20 years’ experience in the global fiduciary and corporate industry.
Marie McNeela was previously Head of Corporate Client Services at Intertrust.
She began her career with a leading fiduciary provider in London, moving then to the Cayman Islands before relocating to Guernsey in 2002. She is a former committee member of the Guernsey Association of Trustees and currently sits as a committee member for the Guernsey branch of the Institute of Directors.
As Managing Director Mrs McNeela will be responsible for the overall strategy of Intertrust in Guernsey and will work with colleagues from 28 different jurisdictions across Intertrust. She will officially take up her role as Managing Director on 1 December 2018.
Daniel Jaffe, Managing Director of Market Offices for Intertrust, said: “Marie demonstrated a clear understanding of our island footprint and of the opportunities to support our strategic ambitions. She places huge emphasis on delivering high quality client services while investing considerably in her team. With her extensive experience she’s extremely well placed to maximise growth opportunities in the Guernsey market.”
Mrs McNeela said: “Intertrust is an established name in Guernsey with a strong reputation and we are continuing to enhance our platform to strengthen the business and ensure it is equipped for the future. One of my priorities in my new role is to ensure that our employees continue to benefit from the opportunities which Intertrust offers to develop both personally and professionally.
“The future is increasingly digital so another of my priorities will be to make best use of the significant investment in innovative technology that is being made at group level. I’m looking forward to leading the Guernsey team and continuing to provide the highest quality service to our clients.”
Pictured top: Marie McNeela.
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