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Double success for JTC in WealthBriefing MENA Awards

Double success for JTC in WealthBriefing MENA Awards

Thursday 22 December 2022

Double success for JTC in WealthBriefing MENA Awards

Thursday 22 December 2022

JTC has won two awards in the Annual WealthBriefing MENA Awards for Excellence 2022, demonstrating its commitment to upholding the highest standards of client service.

JTC was selected as the winner in the categories for ‘Independent Trust or Fiduciary Company’, whilst ‘Wealth Management Rising Star Under 40’ was awarded to Alia Haskouri, Director, Head of UAE.

The Awards, now in their ninth year, are designed to recognise top class performance, innovation, and achievement. The winners across all categories were announced at a Gala Dinner held last month in Dubai, at the Address Dubai Mall Hotel.

Ms Haskouri joined JTC’s Private Client Services division in 2020 and is now Director and Head of JTC’s Dubai and Abu Dhabi Office. She is responsible for maintaining and managing client relationships, managing corporate structures and overseeing business development in the GCC region.


Pictured: Alia Haskouri receiving the ‘Wealth Management Rising Star Under 40’ award.

Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services, JTC, said: “Being selected as the best independent trust or fiduciary company is a testament to the strength of our team in the MENA region and to JTC’s dedication to outstanding service. 

"We have witnessed considerable growth over the last few years in the Middle East market, including the opening of our office in Abu Dhabi last year, and it is pleasing to see these exciting developments being celebrated.

"Congratulations also to Alia who thoroughly deserves this recognition.”

Pictured top: The JTC team receiving their award for ‘Independent Trust or Fiduciary Company’.

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