Intertrust has promoted 24 employees across its local teams, with three senior appointments in Capital Markets, Real Estate and Private Wealth.
In Capital Markets, Cheryl Heslop has been promoted to associate director. She joined in 2004 and has 17 years' experience in capital markets and structured finance. Ms Heslop currently sits on a number of boards, mostly for special purpose vehicles (SPVs) across multiple jurisdictions, as well as managing a team of administrators.
Will Turner, who has more than 10 years' experience, has been promoted to client director in the Real Estate team. He oversees a team of administrators who service a number of complex structures centred around property investment and acts as a director on a number of real estate client boards.
Lucy Blampied has been promoted to client director in Private Wealth and has 19 years' experience in the private client industry. She manages a team that specialises in providing administration services to high net worth individuals and families and also acts as a director on a number of client boards.
The promotions come against a backdrop of continuous growth for the firm in Jersey.
Simon Mackenzie, managing director of Intertrust in Jersey, said: "It's great that we've been able to promote so many of our hard-working employees. These employees have frequently demonstrated their expertise and dedication to Intertrust and have consistently delivered the high-quality client service that we pride ourselves on; these promotions are well deserved."
The 21 other promotions were across a range of teams including human resources, compliance, funds services, real estate, capital markets, performance & reward management, corporate services and private wealth.
Intertrust currently employs more than 370 people in its Jersey office and invests significantly in employee training and development. Employees are encouraged to establish personal development plans and set targets for career aspirations and progression within the firm.
A recently launched Management Essentials Programme structures an employee's development beyond their professional studies and has been designed to develop managerial skills and behaviours and build confidence. 24 new and aspiring managers are currently on the programme with a further 24 due to join in September.
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