Julian Davies apointed COO for Standard Bank Offshore
If you?re a keen Gallery reader with an eye for detail you may recognise Julian. We made a bit of an error last month and his picture crept in where Marcus Nobes (Senior Branch Manager of RBS?s Royal Bank House in Bath Street, below) should have been. Sorry for the mix up! Julian has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer at Standard Bank Offshore. Julian, who has been with the bank for over seven years, will be responsible for infrastructure issues within Standard Bank Offshore including all finance, operations, IT and human resource functions. Julian has been with the Standard Bank Group for seven years, initially based in London in finance and finance-related positions, but more recently as Chief Operating Officer for the Group?s operations in Istanbul. Outside the office, Julian is keen on most sports and outdoor activities.
Marcus Nobes, Senior Branch Manager of RBS?s Royal Bank House in Bath Street. Marcus, who is also well known in local circles through his involvement with the Jersey Rugby Football Club first team, has more than twenty years of banking experience with RBS International. A lot of you therefore probably noticed his picture being wrong last month. Hopefully this clears it up!
Emma moving Forward
Forward, a professional training provider based in Jersey, has appointed Emma Boustouler as a Senior Lecturer to facilitate the increasing number of training commitments, in particular the demand for Employee Benefit Trusts tuition.
With over ten years experience of working with Employee Benefit Trusts and share plans, Emma will focus primarily on providing EBT training for all levels of finance sector professionals. Educated in the UK, Emma also holds the professional qualification from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.
Hot on your Heelis
Standard Bank Offshore has strengthened and expanded its Treasury Division with the appointment of Adrian Heelis who joins the bank as Director of Treasury & Product.Adrian has previously worked as a bank dealer in London for ten years. He then moved to Jersey where his most recent position on the island was Head of Treasury covering foreign exchange, money markets and liquidity.
Adrian is married to Sarah and has two young children. He is a keen hockey player and a Fellow of Association Cambiste International.
Expansion at Acorn
Acorn Mortgages are pleased to announce the appointment of Lorraine McLean as Independent Mortgage Advisor, bringing the team to four full-time, professionally qualified mortgage advisors. Lorraine joins the Acorn Group from Savills Private Finance where she was an Associate and attained her advanced C.E.M.A.P. qualifications. She brings to the role a wealth of experience in mortgages and financial advice as well as strong financial advisory qualifications.
Onestudy Training are delighted as two of their students have been awarded prizes by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. Emma Roche achieved the Livery prize for the best worldwide student in the ICSA professional level 2007 exams. The Livery prize is awarded by The Worshipful Company of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and is awarded to the pass finalist with the best overall Professional Programme Performance. Carla Channing was awarded the ?Rank Xerox? prize for best paper in Financial Accounting at the November 2007 sitting. Lesley Millar, a principal/director of Onestudy Training was Emma?s tutor for her final subjects. Emma has recently been appointed the Company Secretary for Nordic Capital Limited and is also the Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Compliance Officer