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Ogier promotes 21 people across its Jersey team

Ogier promotes 21 people across its Jersey team

Friday 24 February 2023

Ogier promotes 21 people across its Jersey team

Friday 24 February 2023

Ogier has announced 21 promotions across its Jersey legal, corporate administration, and business services teams.

From its legal team, Jenny Cox and Samantha Hoare have been promoted to managing associate, Will Austin-Vautier has been promoted to counsel, Fiona Lilleyman has become probate manager, while Georgia Petre has progressed to associate.

In Ogier Global, Ogier's corporate administration team, Joe Bouchard and Jason Creavy have become administrators, Charlie Thomas has progressed to senior administrator, Jonny Falle has become manager, Samuel Dustow has progressed to associate director, Scott De La Cour to senior operations manager, Harry Slater has been promoted to senior accounting services manager and Ross Collins to director. 

From business services, Lauren Cahill has progressed to assistant manager, resourcing, Pat da Silva has been promoted to senior business analyst, Matt Ellis has become senior technical analyst, Jamie Illing is now business systems manager, Heather Petrie has become head of HR ops and systems, Annu Rani is now senior management accountant, Jayne Spinola has progressed to assistant manager, regulatory operations, while Louise Solman has progressed to policies and procedures associate director.  

Jersey practice partner, Raulin Amy (pictured top) said: "As a firm, we are committed to developing and rewarding home-grown talent across our teams, at every level of the business, so it's great to see the hard-work and ability of so many individuals recognised by these promotions."

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