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Ravenscroft appoints new Chief Executive

Ravenscroft appoints new Chief Executive

Wednesday 19 February 2014

Ravenscroft appoints new Chief Executive

Wednesday 19 February 2014

Channel Islands-based investment services group Ravenscroft Stockbroking and Investment Management has appointed Haydn Taylor as the Chief Executive Officer of its Jersey operation.

Mr Taylor has more than 30 years’ stockbroking and banking experience in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. He was previously at Standard Bank, where he was the Managing Director of the stockbroking and asset management business as well as having responsibility for the private and corporate banking businesses.

Group CEO and one of the founders of the business, Jon Ravenscroft, said: “We are delighted to appoint someone of Haydn’s calibre and experience to the role of Chief Executive Officer of our Jersey business. Ravenscroft is an independent stockbroking and investment management firm and our reputation is founded on the quality of the service we provide, the processes we follow, and the people we recruit. Haydn is well respected in our industry and is an excellent person to lead our future plans for growth in Jersey.”

In his new role he will focus on further developing the company’s relationships with trust companies and independent financial advisors, as well as developing the firm’s high net worth business with both local and international private clients. Ravenscroft employs more than 40 people across the Channel Islands.

Mr Taylor said: “This is an exciting time to be joining the firm and I look forward to the opportunity of playing a significant role in achieving Ravenscroft’s aim in becoming the leading stockbroking and investment management company in the Channel Islands.”

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