Accuro, the leading independent trust and private office company, is delighted to announce the promotion of eight colleagues across its Jersey, Switzerland, and Mauritius offices. The promotions mark a further expansion of Accuro’s organic growth and strong performance across all geographies.
Senior promotions include Una Smith who takes on the role of Client Services Director in Jersey and Stephen Weaver who is appointed as Head of Client Accounting for our Swiss operations in Geneva.
The other promotions are Dave Ferre (Senior Client Accountant – Jersey), Joanne Cesa (Senior Compliance Officer – Mauritius), Julie-Ann Doyle (Senior Relationship Manager – Jersey), Sophia Brown (Relationship Manager – Jersey), Alison Smith (Relationship Manager – Switzerland) and Natalia Kalyuzhnaya (Trust Administrator – Jersey).
Xavier Isaac, Accuro CEO, said: “My congratulations go to everyone who has worked hard to achieve their promotion. I wish them all the best of luck in their new positions.”
Rebecca Hone, Accuro Chief People Officer, said: “Diversity and inclusion is a top priority for our business, and I’m delighted that women represent 75% of this latest round of promotions. I am confident that with our variety of experience and perspectives across the Accuro Group we can continue to grow and nurture the next generation of talent.”
Accuro, the leading independent trust and private office company, announces two executive level promotions for its Group operations.
Mustafa Hussain, Managing Director London, and member of the board for the Accuro Group board, sees his responsibilities expanded to include the role of Chair of the Board. Alex Petrie, who recently joined Accuro, has been promoted to the position of Chief Risk Officer for the Accuro Group.
Mustafa joined Accuro in January 2019 from leading International Law Firm Taylor Wessing LLP, where he was a corporate partner for several years. He currently heads up the newly established London office and will continue to lead the growth of the office in combination with his role as Chair.
Alex joined Accuro in 2023 as Group Head of Compliance, responsible for the anti-money laundering (AML) and compliance framework across all jurisdictions. Her role has now expanded to cover operational risk. As new Chief Risk Officer for the Group, Alex will play a critical role in maintaining Accuro’s strong risk and compliance culture and participating to the digitalisation of key compliance processes.
Xavier Isaac, Accuro CEO, said: “In an increasingly complex geopolitical and regulatory environment, I have the utmost faith in the ability and relevant experience of my impressive colleagues to contribute to the next phase of the evolution of Accuro.”
Rebecca Hone, Accuro Chief People Officer, said: “It is important to us that we develop and promote our talent from within and these latest executive appointments are testament to that philosophy. Congratulations to Alex and Mustafa on their newly expanded roles.”
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