Guernsey-based trust company, Trust Corporation International, has appointed two new Trust Officers.
Steph Welbourne and Jane Guariento will assist Managers and Directors with complex administration duties, ensuring clients' needs are met.
They will also support other Trust Officers with intricate transactional matters.
Mrs Guariento has joined the firm with 19 years' experience in the fiduciary field, with knowledge from working in Guernsey, the UK and Switzerland. She has an executive understanding of family office structures with a background working in well known trust and bank-owned trust companies.
She has been a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) since 2006 and also holds the Guernsey Certificate in Offshore Administration.
"It's great to have the opportunity to gain further experience from the directors at Trust Corporation who are so skilled and knowledgable in the fiduciary world," said Mrs Guariento. "I am looking forward to applying my breadth of skills to help the team."
Miss Welbourne joins Trust Corporation with 12 years; experience in the fiduciary sector, after spending over a year at IQ-EQ and, before that, 11 years at Rawlinson & Hunter. She is a member of STEP after earning the STEP Diploma in 2010.
"Since joining, everyone here has been very welcoming, it has a real family feel," she commented. "I am looking forward to bringing my knowledge and experience to Trust Corporation and meeting new people and building new client and intermediary relationships."
Chief Executive Officer, Mort Mirghavameddin, added: "It's great to have Steph and Jane joining the team. They are both highly experience in multi-jurisdictional trust and corporate structures and administering complex trust matters, which are real assets to us. We welcome them both to our ever expanding team."
Pictured top: Steph Welbourne and Jane Guariento.
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