The Conquest Trust Company has been operating in a number of areas, including North America, Europe and South Africa. The Company is seeking to extend the scope of its activities by linking up with other professionals and intermediaries around the World in order to be able to respond to the requirements of clients wherever they may be located.
The directors of the Company listen and provide a personal service to clients based on the particular circumstances and requirements of the clients whatever their size. Apart from the provision of financial services in relation to trusts, companies and international business structures, the Company is involved with expatriate matters and tax planning for individuals and corporations.
The Company provides a full range of services, including corporate trustees, secretarial and nominees, directors, administration and accounting.
The directors of the Company include businessmen with experience of expatriate matters and the management of human resources, as well as accountants, and the Company is therefore able to call upon a pool of varied experience in responding to individual and corporate requirements.
The professional expertise and experience in relation to financial, taxation and accounting matters is provided by Chartered Accountants David Croxford and David Knight, who are both members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, and they practice independently as Croxford Knight & Co.
David Croxford trained, qualified and developed his experience with firms in the City of London.
David was with the international firm of Moore Stephens for twenty-five years, initially in Bermuda, and then in Jersey. He was a partner in the Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man and Gibraltar offices and a trust company director.
David's specialist subjects include trusts, financial planning and insolvency matters, and the provision of director and trustee services. David's experience of trusts and international business is invaluable in responding to the requirements of clients.
David Knight trained and qualified with the international firm of Ernst & Young in Jersey with whom he spent nearly ten years.
David was responsible for the management of a large portfolio of international clients in the business services department, which included quoted and groups of companies, high net worth individuals, trust and investment holding entities. He also has experience of financial investigations, business consultancy, tax compliance matters, and international business companies.
David's specialised subjects include financial planning and taxation, legislation and compliance matters.
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