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Promotions at Mourant

Promotions at Mourant

Tuesday 19 May 2020

Promotions at Mourant


Mourant has promotes several employees in its Jersey office, as part of a series of 29 promotions across the Channel Islands.

Corporate and fund specialists James Daniel, Laura Dauny, John MacFeeters have all been promoted to Counsel.

Amy Wilson and Roisin Cullinane, from the Finance, Corporate and Funds practice, along with property specialist Carol Doherty and Luke Gingell in the International Trusts and Private Client team, have been promoted to Senior Associates. 

Meanwhile, in the Mourant Governance Services team, Christo Van Der Spuy and Michal Pawlica have been promoted to Director; Fiona Magee and Kalpana Piradeepan to Associate Directors and Scott Ashton to Senior Manager. 

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Pictured: The 29 employees promoted across the Channel Islands.

Other Mourant Governance Services promotions in Jersey include Tom McAlister, who is taking on a managerial role, Kasia Przybylska who has been promoted to Client Accountant, Ellie Ricou and Asen Stamboliyski, who became Senior Administrators, and Tom Brockwell, who has been promoted to Corporate Administrator.

In the Business Services team, Joanne Attley has been promoted to Head of Human Resources alongside Darren Maervoet, who became Facilities Manager.

Bianca Spencer-Burrowes, from the Risk and Compliance team, has been promoted to Assistant Manager. 

"It's fantastic to see so many promotions across our business including our growing governance services team," Mourant Global Managing Partner, Jonathan Rigby, said.

"These individuals have been recognised for their strong technical skills, commercial judgement, distinct global perspective and ability to build trusted relationships with our clients and their advisers."

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