Independent fund, trust and corporate services provider Crestbridge has made a number of promotions across its network of offices, totalling to a number of 42 internal promotions across the group over the past financial year.
In Jersey, Stephanie Marriott has been made a director within the corporate services team, whilst Chloë Sorda (family office services), Mark Collins and Brian Jemwa (central services) have all been made associate directors, and Nicola Nicholson head of marketing.
In Bahrain, Mona Aladham has been promoted to assistant manager, as has Mareike Sauerwein in Luxembourg.
In the Cayman Islands, Amanda Kong becomes a senior vice president, Alvin Bhawanie a vice president and Pierre Connolly, assistant vice president.
Others recognised in Jersey include senior managers Chris Corfield (real estate services), James Milner (management company services) and Zoe Dewhurst (corporate services). Andrew Rafferty (real estate services), Oana Fleseriu (real estate services), and Sonia Cadwallader (corporate services) have all been promoted to manager, whilst Daniel Cavey (family office services) and Henry Clarke (client accounting) have been promoted to assistant manager.
The promotions coincide with Crestbridge’s 20th anniversary and a refreshed look for the brand. Earlier in the year the business completed the acquisition of Kingfisher Property and is continuing to see significant growth across its corporate, fund, real estate and family office services.
Crestbridge now employs over 250 staff across its offices in Bahrain, the Cayman Islands, Jersey, London and Luxembourg and offers a wide range of administration, accounting, management and governance services to multi-national clients.
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