BDO Group in Jersey has appointed Stuart Richford to the new role of Group Director – Financial Services.
The firm says Mr Richford has over 25 years’ experience in Private Equity & Fund Administration, Trust Administration and Banking services businesses.
He previously co-founded Knadel, which grew into a leading independent change management consultancy targeting private equity and corporate service providers. Knadel went on to be acquired by Catalyst and then Sionic, where Mr Richford led the Jersey office providing transformation advisory and execution services.
He said: "Having worked in the offshore financial services industry for many years, I have long admired the development of the breadth and capability of the service offering of BDO Group including its C5 Alliance, ALX and BDO Advisory businesses. With an expertise spanning assurance, regulatory, technology, digital, business process outsourcing, and transformation & change, being able to help people unlock the value in their business by resolving strategic challenges and helping them succeed is an exciting position to hold."
Matthew Corbin, Chief Executive Officer at BDO Group, added: "We are delighted to welcome Stuart to the firm. Stuart has a broad experience base, a strong commercial and entrepreneurial mindset plus a range of well-developed advisory skills. He will be central to the delivery of our Financial Services industry sector offering, providing a full range of services to assist our clients, and helping them to succeed. Supported by our multi-disciplinary team, Stuart will work across our client base to ensure that our services and advice supports their needs today and in the future."
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