Jersey-based private wealth, corporate and yacht services provider Fiduchi - which rebranded from Osiris Management Services - has promoted Paul Coundley to the firm's board as director of operations.
Having joined Fiduchi in July 2017 as head of operations & risk, Mr Coundley has been responsible for the oversight of Fiduchi’s support functions including compliance, IT and client accounts teams.
Mr Coundley is a qualified Chartered Accountant and attained his STEP qualification in 2002. He experienced in operations, finance, risk, compliance and client service delivery within the fiduciary industry, and has also worked for the Jersey Financial Services Commission in the supervision of trust company businesses.
Alongside Mr Coundley, Philip Robinson has been promoted to the position of associate director within Fiduchi’s private wealth team and now heads up Fiduchi’s family office. Mr Robinson joined Fiduchi in 2011 to support the establishment of its family office service. His particular area of focus is on dealing with complex multi-jurisdictional fiduciary structures for HNWIs and UHNWIs. These include arrangements for luxury family assets, as well as more traditional asset classes.
As part of Fiduchi’s growth strategy, it has also appointed Sean Le Scelleur as an associate director. Mr Le Scelleur’s primary focus will be business development, but he will also work closely with the client service teams, supporting the onboarding and on-going delivery of fiduciary services to existing and prospective clients and intermediaries.
Mr Le Scelleur’s role will see him working across all sectors of Fiduchi - private client, corporate and yachting services. Mr Le Scelleur will also work closely with Fiduchi’s Middle East director Christopher Dungan in the firm’s Dubai office to maximise professional intermediary contacts, both in Dubai and London where the business is looking to establish its next office in 2019.
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