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Estera has appointed Andre de la Mare and Sharon Rogers as Associate Directors in its Guernsey office.
In their new roles, Andre and Sharon will be responsible for helping Estera and its Directors manage and develop the firm’s private wealth and corporate services. They will provide technical, client relationship and management support to the fiduciary services team. They will also be responsible for developing and maintaining close working relationships with new and existing clients.
Andre has been with Estera since August 2015, having previously worked at Saffery Champness. Sharon joined Estera in June 2018 from Nedgroup Trust and also has international experience, having worked in Australia and Hong Kong.
Both were previously Senior Managers within Estera’s private wealth and corporate team where they carried out a variety of management duties as well as being responsible for the administration of trust, pension and company structures.
Ethan Levner, Managing Director, Guernsey said: “Sharon and Andre both have more than 20 years’ experience in the finance industry and bring extensive technical knowledge and business experience to their new roles. Their promotions are recognition of the hard work they have put in and demonstrate our commitment to investing in our people. As one of the largest players in our industry in Guernsey, we want to be the employer of choice for talented professionals like Sharon and Andre.”
Adaliz Lavarello, Director at Estera Trust (Guernsey), commented: “Andre and Sharon’s promotions are really well deserved, and come at an exciting time for Estera in Guernsey as we move into our new offices at the end of April and continue to make significant investments in infrastructure, technology and people to support the growth of our business. I look forward to seeing how Andre and Sharon grow alongside the business.”
Andre de la Mare said “Estera is building a strong profile locally and it is great to be part of the team responsible for growing the business.”
Sharon Rogers added: “We are both really looking forward to our new roles and the responsibilities we are taking on. We’re excited by the opportunities being an Associate Director will present as well as the greater exposure we will have to business development.”
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