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Aztec Group makes two senior appointments

Friday 11 August 2017

Aztec Group makes two senior appointments

Aztec Group has announced two senior promotions within its Real Assets team.

Paul Conroy has been promoted to Director and Richard Anthony has become an Associate Director.

Both based in Jersey, Mr Conroy and Mr Anthony will oversee the leadership of the Real Assets team.

Mr Conroy joined the Group in 2014, following a ten year tenure with PwC where he gained extensive multi-jurisdictional experience, having worked in Jersey, London and Melbourne. Since joining the Aztec Group, Mr Conroy has played a pivotal role in building the Real Assets product offering, helping to grow the client base and team across the Aztec Group.

Mr Conroy is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and also holds a BSc Hons in Pure and Applied Chemistry from the University of Strathclyde.

Mr Anthony joined the Aztec Group as a Client Relationship Manager in 2012. He has a wealth of experience in the funds industry and has been fundamental in the development of the Group’s Private Equity and Debt services offering.

Mr Anthony is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and holds a degree in Management Studies from the University of Leeds.

Mark Wanless, Director and Group Head of Real Assets at the Aztec Group commented: “Paul and Richard are both immensely talented individuals and have played an invaluable role in building the business both commercially and culturally. These senior appointments are reflective of the growth we have experienced and the strategic importance of the Real Assets team to the Aztec Group’s continued success."


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