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Hawksford appoints operations director

Hawksford appoints operations director

Friday 04 April 2014

Hawksford appoints operations director

Friday 04 April 2014

Hawksford has expanded its management team which by appointing Steve Spybey to the new post of operations director.

Mr Spybey, who joins Hawksford after 11 years at Ernst & Young, will be responsible for the efficient operation of the business as well as providing support for business growth and overseas projects.

The Chief executive of Hawksford, Maxine Rawlins, said: ‘I am delighted that Steve is joining Hawksford. Steve brings with him over a decade of experience in the offshore finance industry and significant experience. His skills will be vital to Hawksford during this exciting period of growth for our business.’

Mr Spybey joined Ernst & Young in 2002, where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. During his time there, he worked with a range of local and international clients and on projects such as devising risk management frameworks, business restructuring, remediation, internal audits and reporting on the effectiveness of control environments. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and of the Institute of Directors.He holds the IoD Diploma in Company Direction and is also treasurer of the IoD Jersey branch.

Mr Spybey said: ‘I hope to use the management and business development skills I have gained over the past 11 years to ensure the smooth running of the business and to assist with Hawksford’s continued growth and expansion into new jurisdictions. Hawksford has established a strong reputation in its chosen markets; I hope my contribution to the business will assist Hawksford in improving this further.’

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