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JTC CEO joins high-net-worth mortgage broker as Non-Executive Chair

JTC CEO joins high-net-worth mortgage broker as Non-Executive Chair

Wednesday 10 March 2021

JTC CEO joins high-net-worth mortgage broker as Non-Executive Chair


The CEO of JTC has joined Enness Global Mortgages as Non-Executive Chair.

Enness was founded by Islay Robinson and Hugh Wade-Jones in 2007 and now acts as mortgage broker for ultra-high-net-worth individuals, with 35 staff operating across six offices in London, Monaco, Jersey, Dubai, Ibiza and Geneva.

Nigel Le Quesne, who has experience as a Chair and Director in public and private markets and across several business sectors, will also acquire an equity stake in the business.

“I am delighted to be joining Islay and Hugh as Non-Executive Chairman of Enness to assist them in their exciting and ambitious plans for its future development," he said. "My wide experience and history of managing a multi-jurisdictional growth business over the years will, I hope, prove invaluable in this regard.”

Mr Robinson, CEO of Enness Global Mortgages, added: “This is an important landmark for Enness and the absolute correct decision for both the company and our team. With Nigel’s guidance and support, we will now set upon an ambitious phase of growth, further cementing Enness as the leading mortgage broker for UHNW individuals on the international stage.”

Managing Director Mr Wade-Jones commented: “It’s fantastic to have Nigel on the board at Enness, and we predict it will further accelerate the success we have enjoyed as a company, particular in the past two to three years.

We have ambitions to create a truly global brand in the HNW space. Nigel has obviously had phenomenal success with JTC, who have offices in every corner of the globe, and we have no doubt he will be able to help us emulate the same at Enness.”

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