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Trio of senior appointments at JTC

Trio of senior appointments at JTC

Tuesday 21 June 2022

Trio of senior appointments at JTC

Tuesday 21 June 2022

JTC has made a number of internal senior appointments to its Institutional Client Services and Private Client Services teams in Jersey.

Helier Le Main has been made Head of ICS, while Mark Fleming and Jodi Hill have both been made Deputy Head of PCS.

ICAEW Chartered Accountant.Mr Le Main will have responsibility for the strategic development of the Jersey ICS division including Employer Solutions (formerly RBC cees), Funds and Corporate Services. He led the Employer Solutions team in Jersey, Guernsey, Edinburgh and London that joined JTC in 2021, and has previously held a range of senior roles at RBC across their Fiduciary Services and Corporate and Institutional businesses.

In their new roles, Mr Fleming and Ms Hill will be supporting Paul Weir, who heads up the European Private Client team and is also the Managing Director of JTC’s Jersey office.  Mr Fleming joined from Sanne where he headed up the Jersey private client business and Ms Hall from Merrill Lynch where she was Chief Trust Officer, based in Geneva. 

Iain Johns, Group Head of PCS, said: “…The extensive industry knowledge and experience that Mark and Jodi bring to the table will be greatly beneficial to our Private Client team, not just in Jersey but across our global network. They are perfectly placed to ensure that our Private Client offering continues to strengthen and grow.”

Jonathan Jennings, Group Head of ICS, added: “Helier has a formidable amount of experience of working with top tier international institutions and corporates and in his new role will be instrumental in supporting the continued growth of our ICS division in Jersey.”

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