Trust Corporation International has appointed two Trainee Trust Officers. This is a route for young professionals into the private clients' sector.
George Kerins joins the firm after studying level two business at the College of Further Education - now The Guernsey Institute - and Erik Sharman joins the firm after graduating from Durham University with First Class Honours.
In their new roles, Mr Kerins and Mr Sharman will be responsible for a wide range of client-facing tasks, supporting their teams across a varied portfolio and providing clients with a comprehensive trustee service of high quality.
They will undergo a structured training programme with the company and have already studying the STEP Certificate. Professional qualifications and ongoing development opportunities are key to Trust Corporation’s culture. The company believes this helps it to offer high-quality services to clients.
“I am looking forward to building a career in what is already proving a satisfying and rewarding field," said Mr Sharman. "I am excited to have the opportunity to study for professional qualifications as part of the role and integrating into this wonderful team.”
“I am excited to have the opportunity to learn a range of new skills and gain experience from working with such an experienced group of people at Trust Corporation," said Mr Kerins.
The Trainee Trust Officer role at Trust Corporation International provides a pathway for those starting their careers in the fiduciary sector.
Michael Betley, CEO of Trust Corporation, said: “It’s great to have George and Erik join our highly experienced team. It’s so important to invest in the next generation and provide the guidance and training to enable individuals to have fulfilling careers. We welcome them both to our growing team.”
Pictured (top, l to r): George Kerins and Erik Sharman, who have been appointed to roles at Trust Corporation International
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