A new compliance and corporate governance service that will
support company secretaries and their boards has been launched in
Dextra is a trading division of Dexion Capital (Guernsey)
Limited and will provide independent reviews of corporate
governance, compliance and regulatory matters, company secretarial
and company administration services for clients requiring tailored,
flexible and cost-effective solutions.
The new venture is headed up by Anne Ewing and Carol Kilby and
supported by a dynamic team with over 50 years combined technical
Mrs Ewing has extensive knowledge of the financial services
industry across the banking, insurance, asset, and fund management
and regulatory advisory sectors. She joined Dexion Capital
(Guernsey) Limited as a director in November 2009 and is a Fellow
of the Chartered Securities Institute, an Associate of the
Association of Corporate Treasurers and has an MSc in Corporate
"We have established a knowledge powerhouse against a
compliance and risk landscape that is constantly evolving.
Enforcement and heightened supervision is coming to the fore as
global regulatory standards converge," said Mrs Ewing, who has
25 years experience in the finance industry.
Mrs Kilby is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified
Accountants and has worked for 20 years in Guernsey's finance
industry including accounting, banking and risk compliance roles
and most recently in the corporate secretarial function. She joined
Dexion Capital (Guernsey) Limited as a Director in March 2007.
"Dextra will provide additional, independent, company
secretarial support in an environment in which today's company
secretary plays a central role in the governance and administration
of a company's affairs, acting as a key adviser to the Chairman
and board. Another core service offered by the company will be
assurance of compliance in support of clients' regulatory
responsibilities alongside reviews of compliance
arrangements," she said.
Dextra has a thorough understanding of the exacting corporate
disciplines required and can deliver services through outsourcing
or co-sourcing, by augmenting a client's existing internal
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