Jersey Finance is set to highlight its US successes at a roadshow taking place next month in New York, Chicago, Miami and San Francisco.
Jersey Finance, which first opened their US office three years ago, is hoping to diversify and grow its proposition in the US market. The finance promotion body aims to push this message during its upcoming roadshow, taking place later this month.
Since Jersey finance set up its office in the US, Jersey has seen a significant uptick in American business. For instance, the number of US-originated fund structures in Jersey has grown 61%, while the value of US-originated fund assets under management serviced in Jersey has risen by 22%.
This growth, according to Jersey Finance, has been delivered from the clear premise that Jersey can provide a gateway into Europe for US managers.
Now, Jersey Finance are looking to further capitalise on that success and grow Jersey's proposition in the US market.
Elliot Refson, Head of Funds at Jersey Finance, said: "We’re now in a position where we can evolve our proposition in the US, and we’re excited to bring our message to new audiences during our US roadshow later this year.”
Philip Pirecki, Business Development Lead for the Americas at Jersey Finance, added: “The perception of Jersey in the US, and familiarity with what we do, has definitely shifted over the past three years... That has opened up new opportunities for Jersey in the structured finance space, and we fully expect to see inflows from the US grow further over the second half of 2022.”
Taking place from the 17 to 27 October, The roadshow, entitled; ‘Driving Stateside Ambition: The Future of Funds’ will include events in New York, Chicago, Miami and San Fransisco.
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