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Revealed: Jersey’s rising finance stars

Revealed: Jersey’s rising finance stars

Tuesday 17 November 2020

Revealed: Jersey’s rising finance stars


The rising stars of Jersey’s finance industry have been revealed.

Jersey Finance announced the winners of its inaugural Rising Stars 2020 Awards on Friday through a virtual awards ceremony.

The awards, which aimed to showcase up-and-coming talent in the sector, saw over 150 professionals between the ages of 16 to 30 nominated and over 25,500 votes received for the shortlist from Islanders.  

Those shortlisted were selected by a panel of independent judges: Kate Wright, Director at Arbre Consulting and Co-Founder of The Diversity Network; Alexia McClure, Chief Operations Officer, Jersey Business and Stuart Penn, Operations Manager, Skills Jersey.

“Well done to all our winners and runners up of the Rising Stars Awards 2020, and to all those who were nominated,” Jersey Finance CEO Joe Moynihan said. 

“Young people have a vital part to play in Jersey’s success as an International Finance Centre – they are our next generation of leaders and have the skills and expertise to help shape our future.” 

The full list of winners…

Accountancy sponsored by PwC: Courtney McCann, EY

Banking sponsored by HSBC: Nicolle Maltwood, Barclays

Compliance sponsored by Ocorian: Jacob James, PwC

CSR sponsored by Highvern: Maëlle Smith, EY

Digital sponsored by Puritas: Guy Walton, TMF Group

Funds sponsored by Walkers: Keeva Ferrow, Langham Hall

Human Resources sponsored by the Government of Jersey: Mia Batista, BNP Paribas

Investment Management sponsored by Brooks Macdonald: Aimee Barker, Rathbones

Law sponsored by the Jersey Law Society: Ben Channing, BCR Law

Marketing sponsored by Digital Jersey: Michael Day, Hawksford

Operations: Stephanie Toal, Accuro

Trust sponsored by EY: Joel Wheeler, VG

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