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New Director for School of International Financial Services

New Director for School of International Financial Services

Tuesday 08 February 2022

New Director for School of International Financial Services

Tuesday 08 February 2022

The School of International Financial Services has appointed a new Director to to lead its expansion into other international finance centres.

Damien Chaddock, who joins from BPP, previously held roles including Head of Commercial and Head of Professional Development.

In his new role at SIFS, he will lead professional development and events across the global markets in which the school operates.

“I’m excited to have joined the team at SIFS and feel that we can really support the provision of high-quality training and education on a wide variety of disciplines, including compliance, governance and financial crime prevention," he commented. "Through our network of truly world-class experts, we bring valuable insight to the challenges facing service providers and assist in the continued development of our most valuable asset, our human capital."

Helen Hatton, Executive Director at SIFS, added: “Damien is a widely recognised professional development specialist in the Islands as well as on the global stage, having organised world-class conferences and events locally and in many other jurisdictions, including Switzerland, Hong Kong and Singapore.

“He brings invaluable experience to the team and will help take the school, founded in Jersey, further onto the international stage, promoting Jersey as a leading financial centre of excellence."

Pictured top - from left: Andrew Horbury, Claire Graves, Helen Hatton and Damien Chaddock.

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