Ocorian has made three appointments in its Private Clients team.
Ian Rumens joins Ocorian’s team as Head of Private Clients for Jersey, Karl Bekusch as Executive Director and Karen O’Hanlon as Director.
“Ian, Karl, and Karen join our team at an exciting period of growth for the company," Nick Cawley, Ocorian’s Global Head – Private Clients, said.
“They are impressive industry professionals with extensive experience. Our Private Clients team has been servicing client needs for over 50 years and these three new hires bring with them decades of experience working alongside clients in order to protect, preserve, and plan for their wealth now and into the future.”
Mike Hughes, Ocorian’s Global Head of Service Lines, added: “We continue to invest in the best talent and expertise across the industry. We have a market leading private client platform which was strengthened with our recent acquisition of Trust Corporation International. The Ocorian team takes pride in being experts in our clients’ business to enable personalised, value accretive service delivery for them and their families. Ian, Karl, and Karen are key members of our global team.”
Meanwhile, Ocorian recently opened an additional office in New York City close to Bryant Park.
In March 2021, Ocorian announced the acquisition of Emphasys Technologies which marked its entry into the US.
"We are delighted to open 2022 by adding our New York office," Ocorian’s Regional Head of Americas, Jason Gerlis, commented. "Expanding our presence in the US reflects our continued commitment to expand across all of our service lines and centralises our local relationship management capabilities.”
Marc van Rijckevorsel, Ocorian’s Head of Business Development for Corporate and Fund Services based in New York, added “We have tremendous traction in the US market and are providing our clients with technology enabled, data driven services that are tailored to their needs across the issuer to investor value chain.”
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