Deloitte have recorded a record number of promotions in the Jersey office this September.
The 25 new promotions come in addition to the recent promotion of Manisha Mukhi to Director, which was effective from June.
In the most recent promotions effective from September, Rob Sinden has been promoted to Associate Director and Caroline Honeycombe, Duduzile Maboyi and Manik Memon have been promoted to Senior Manager, representing the extent of winning across asset servicing, cybersecurity, real estate and debt sectors.
In addition, Misan Ologban, Rana Qadeer, Feranmi Williams and Simbarashe Zviuya have all been promoted to the role of Manager.
Pictured: From left to right (behind) Manik Memon, Misan Ologban, Salman Qadeer and Rob Sinden, left to right (front) Caroline Honeycombe, Duduzile Maboyi and Feranmi Williams.
A further 17 individuals have been promoted to various Assistant Manager sub-grades: Gee Ann Crouda, Firas Eid, Naveen Gupta, Glennis Mfopa, Umer Rehman, Jordan Stott, Miranda Smith, Pierce Walters, Luke Bromage-Henry, Alex Bryant, Adam Freeman, Callum Kyle, Emily Munz, James Terry, Arabella Triggs, Mairtin Tucker and George Walker.
Deloitte hope that the promotions reflect their continued commitment to growth and development and acknowledge that these significant career milestones are a testament to the strong contributions of the individuals and the continued growth taking place in the business.
Pictured: Siobhan Durcan, Partner at Deloitte in Jersey.
Siobhan Durcan, a Partner at Deloitte in Jersey, says: “We invest at Deloitte in nurturing our people and helping them reach their best potential. It is fantastic to be celebrating these individuals’ well-deserved promotions during what has been a challenging year for everyone. We would like to extend many congratulations to them all.”
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