We are delighted to host this webinar event for Jersey Finance members based in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Bahrain for an update from our Directors in the region, Faizal Bhana and An Kelles, who will provide a round-up of our forthcoming events, as well as the future plans for our ongoing initiatives, projects and engagements in the Gulf region.
In addition to the Jersey Finance updates, the focus of the event will be a round-table discussion with key representatives of Jersey Finance members in the region to discuss the trends, challenges and opportunities they are witnessing in the Gulf region.
For further information, please contact our Events Team.
An joined Jersey Finance in May 2016 as the Business Development Director for Asia and is now based in our Middle East Regional Hub office, in the DIFC in Dubai.
An studied law in Belgium at the University of Leuven including one Erasmus exchange year at Queen Mary and Westfield College in London. She subsequently did an LLM in international business law at Trinity College Dublin.
An qualified as a lawyer in Belgium before moving to Dublin to work in the international business team of the law firm Matheson. In 2009, she went to work for ATC Corporate Services in Luxembourg as a corporate lawyer and later as a business unit manager. After a shareholding change in 2013, ATC Corporate Services merged with the Intertrust Group. An joined the Intertrust Hong Kong office in 2014 as a business unit director for the European and the Private Equity team.
Faizal is a UK qualified lawyer and for many years has worked and advised, and is a trusted advisor to institutions, corporates and families across the Middle East, Africa and India. Faizal specialises in banking and finance and has advised corporates, family offices and families including on their international investment and holding structures.
Faizal is responsible for developing the strategy for Jersey Finance’s engagement in Africa, the Middle East and India. He is focussed on his key markets, regularly travelling to all these countries, liaising and working with key stakeholders, including public and private institutions, corporates and families, building long-term mutually beneficial relationships.