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Jersey professionals named on elite Family Office Advisors list

Jersey professionals named on elite Family Office Advisors list

Tuesday 19 October 2021

Jersey professionals named on elite Family Office Advisors list


Five advisors from Jersey have been featured in the Top 20 Family Office Advisors section of Citywealth’s Leaders List.

Darren Kelland from Hawksford, Cora Binchy from Stonehage Fleming, Heather Tibbo from Crestbridge, and Highvern’s Naomi Rive and Richard Joynt (pictured top, right and left) all featured on the list of respected practitioners who service the ultra-high-net-worth segment of the market.

Ms Rive commented: “I am very pleased to be listed alongside my colleague Richard, who I view as one of the leading authorities on family offices. For us both to be recognised in this Leaders list alongside so many esteemed names really does evidence that people are looking for a service that is more personal in these changing times, and to work with advisors who can be trusted to deliver and exceed expectations.”

It comes after Ms Rive was also presented with a STEP Founder’s Award for Outstanding Achievement following a decade as part of the Jersey branch committee where she also served as Chair. She has also been listed in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential for 2021 and is shortlisted as Citywealth’s Trustee of the Year for 2022.

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