Highvern celebrate year end with round of promotions

Highvern, the award-winning fiduciary and fund services provider, has ended the year on a positive note by announcing a number of promotions within its organisation. Nine individuals have been recognised for their achievements and hard work as the company continues to grow and earn its reputation as a leader in the private wealth, corporate and fund services markets.

Jane Freer has become a Client Director in the firm’s Private Wealth department, joined by Mark Bouteloup as Associate Client Director. The firm has also announced Nicky Linton as Senior Trust Manager, Adam Scarratt as a Senior Trust Administrator and Cole Gage as a Trust Administrator.

In Highvern’s Funds department Michael Doherty was promoted to Senior Fund Manager, with Heather Staples being named as an Assistant Fund Manager and Eva Hurst becoming a Fund Accountant.

Nyah Whittingham’s contribution was also recognised with a promotion to Client Services Administrator. These promotions not only acknowledge the diligent work ethic of the recipients, but also support the greater ambitions of Highvern’s leadership team.

Martin Hall, Managing Director of Highvern, said: “Our congratulations are extended to all those who have been rewarded with a promotion, all of which are the result of dedication, commitment and a drive to succeed. This happy news brings a very successful 2021 to a close for Highvern and we are excited at what next year will bring. We see this as a time of opportunity and great positive change both for our business and for our team who continue to advocate the Highvern way of working.”

During the year Highvern announced the launch of its UK office and was named as one of the Top 10 Trust Companies by eprivateclient. With over 70 staff members Highvern continues to deliver a boutique style approach to fund administration and private wealth management, focusing on providing a higher standard of service to forge long lasting relationships.

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