Laura Savident and Joe Woodward have been promoted to director in the private wealth team at Intertrust in Guernsey.
Mr Woodward moved to Guernsey in 2006 when he joined Intertrust as part of the trust and corporate team. In 2018 he was listed in eprivateclient’s Top 35 Under 35, both for the UK and for the Channel Islands.
Ms Savident joined Intertrust in 2017 as a manager in private wealth. She has 14 years’ experience in the private client industry, most recently at Rawlinson & Hunter and has extensive knowledge of the formation and management of offshore entities across a variety of jurisdictions.
In their new roles, they will have responsibility for growing the business, both organically and through business development. Ms Savident and Mr Woodward will continue to build client relationships and advise the administration teams servicing client entities and take responsibility for the onboarding of new clients and for the establishment of structures.
Managing director of Intertrust in Guernsey, Marie McNeela, said: “We are delighted that Laura and Joe have been promoted to help lead our private wealth team. They are both experienced professionals and are strong leaders committed to developing talent; these promotions are well deserved.
“This year we are working on making best use of new technology which will present exciting opportunities for us to interact with our clients. We’re looking forward to seeing how our new young leadership team will use this to their advantage and secure Intertrust’s future as a leading financial service provider.”
Intertrust provides administrative services to clients operating and investing in the international business environment. It has more than 2,500 employees in Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and the Middle-East.
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