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Elian welcomes three associate directors

Elian welcomes three associate directors

Thursday 30 October 2014

Elian welcomes three associate directors

Elian has made three associate director appointments in the company’s real estate, private equity and corporate services teams.

Mark Lindsay has joined corporate services as an associate director in the performance and reward management team. A qualified lawyer in England, Wales and Scotland, Mr Lindsey trained at DWF Biggart Baillie. On moving to London he held legal roles with Slaughter and May and then Stephenson Harwood before returning to Scotland to work for Brodies and Burness Paull.

Jane Stammers has been appointed associate director of Elian real estate services. Ms Stammers joins the business from Crestbridge Limited where she was a director in the real estate team. Prior to this, she worked for eight years at Zenith Trust Company Limited, where she was a main board director.

Alex Di Santo has been promoted to associate director of fund services where he will specialise in private equity, venture capital and mezzanine funds. He has 11 years’ experience in the offshore financial services sector, specialising in fund administration for the firm's fund services for seven years.

Elian was founded this year, following the management buyout from the Ogier Group in June and specialises in corporate services, fund services, private wealth and capital services.

CEO Paul Willing said: “At Elian we pride ourselves on providing the highest levels of client service, the appointments of Mark, Jane and Alex will enable our specialist teams to further increase their core skills and capabilities. We have a comprehensive strategy in place for growing the business and these strategic appointments are an important part of positioning the business for the future.’

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