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Estera, a leading global provider of funds, corporate, and trust services, has announced 50 promotions across its 11 jurisdictions.
Estera announced 14 promotions across the Channel Islands (ten promotions in Guernsey, four in Jersey), ten in Luxembourg, seven in Mauritius, five in Belfast, four in Bermuda, three in Hong Kong, three in the Isle of Man, two Group promotions, one in Malta, and one in Cayman.
Four of the promotions are at director level, including Remy Cornet, Krystel Stoffel, and Delphine Schmidt in Luxembourg, and Michelle Tring in Jersey.
Estera’s teams of highly-qualified experts have wide-ranging experience in corporate administration, funds administration and services, private client and trusts, and regulatory oversight.
Farah Ballands, Chief Executive Officer at Estera, comments “The promotion of 50 of our professionals demonstrates both the strength of our team and the expertise across our network. These promotions are well-deserved and reflect the dedication and hard work of these individuals. We are a strong, commercially-minded, collaborative team. I am very grateful to all of those promoted for their commitment to the delivery of client service excellence which has contributed to our overall success and revenue growth.”
Estera has offices in 11 jurisdictions, both onshore and offshore. Locations include Bermuda, BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxembourg, Malta, Mauritius, and the UK. With over 550 professionals globally, Estera services over 6,000 clients, and 12,000 entities.
Estera is knowledge and experience-led and works collaboratively with their clients to understand their specific needs. Estera offers tailored, considered, and practical solutions so clients can meet their objectives.
Estera has appointed Sonal Patel as Managing Director, Head of Sales – Americas, Bermuda and Caribbean
Due to the current weather situation caused by Hurricane Humberto, our Bermuda office has been closed for safety reasons
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