2017 eprivateclient Top Trust Company Ocorian has launched a new corporate trust offering with three additional senior-level banking hires: Sally Gilding, Chris Wilson and Sinead McIntosh.
Their arrival follows the appointment of Alan Booth as managing director of Ocorian's UK business in February, having previously held the role of global head of product management within Deutsche Bank's corporate services division.
Ms Gilding, who has over 30 years’ experience in the legal and banking sector, joins as senior consultant and non-executive director tasked with driving the strategic direction and roll-out of the new product range. She was previously co-chief executive of Deutsche Trustee Company Limited in the UK and, more recently, has sat on numerous trustee boards across the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Latterly she was a non-executive director at Intertrust.
She is joined by Chris Wilson (formerly Citi) as director, transaction management and Sinead McIntosh (formerly HSBC) as associate director, product development.
Nick Cawley, chief executive of Ocorian, commented: “This is an exciting time for Ocorian. We continue to invest heavily in all areas of our business but the development of our corporate trust offering, both in terms of bringing on-board high quality people with superior skills and know-how and providing the right processes and systems to support them, underpins our long-term growth strategy.”
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