Standard Bank’s international fiduciary services has demonstrated the depth and breadth of its talent after team members from its Jersey and Mauritius offices featured at the Citywealth Future Leaders Awards 2022.
Anna-Marie Egré was named as Trust Officer of the Year, while Ally Jaulim won bronze in the Future Leader Initiative of the Year category. The awards ceremony was held on 16 November at a glittering event in London.
The Citywealth Future Leaders Awards was created to recognise young professionals under 40 in the wealth sector and to highlight the leaders of today and tomorrow. The event organisers say their philosophy is to support future leaders who excel at work but who also make an important contribution to society.
“I’m delighted and honoured to have been recognised for the Future Leaders awards,” Anna-Marie says. “I am grateful to be part of such a talented team at Standard Bank, allowing me to do the best by our clients, providing bespoke solutions tailored to each family’s unique needs and circumstances.”
Establishing trusting partnerships with clients is crucial to Anna-Marie’s role as Trust Relationship Manager for Standard Bank’s International Fiduciary Services. She has almost 10 years’ experience in the fiduciary services industry and holds a STEP Diploma in International Trust Management and a certificate in Offshore Administration.
Ally Jaulim heads up the of business development for the group’s International Fiduciary Services across Africa, with a personal focus on the East African region. He has almost 20 years’ experience in the industry, managing portfolios of institutional and corporate clients, structuring tax-efficient vehicles, and managing relationships for international clients.
“Receiving this accolade and being named as a Future Leader in the industry is a great honour. I would like to thank everyone who supported me for this award and I am grateful to be part of a team with such a unique offering, operating like an independent trust company but with the backing of Africa’s largest bank by assets,” he says.
These latest accolades cap another successful year for Standard Bank’s trust company, after being recognised in multiple industry awards throughout 2022.
“We’re looking forward to another successful year in 2023,” Anna-Marie says. “The industry remains an exciting and challenging environment, with client needs forever evolving in response to the changing landscape and clients’ personal circumstances. I’m sure that robust and bespoke international planning and structuring is going to become even more crucial in the coming years. We relish the opportunity to help clients navigate these challenging times.”
Standard Bank Group has been operating for 160 years and providing fiduciary services for over 100 years through offices in Jersey, Mauritius, South Africa, Nigeria and Namibia.
Standard Bank’s International Fiduciary Services are available from the offices listed, the products and services referred to in this document are only offered by subsidiary companies of Standard Bank Offshore Group Limited based in Jersey and Mauritius. Standard Bank Offshore Trust Company Jersey Limited is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission, registered in Jersey No. 9153. Standard Bank House, 47- 49 La Motte Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4SZ. Standard Bank Trust Company (Mauritius) Limited is regulated by the Financial Services Commission, Mauritius, to provide corporate and trust services and does not fall under the regulatory and supervisory purview of the Bank of Mauritius. Business registration number: C06021609. Level 9, Tower B, 1 Cyber City, Ebene, 72201 Mauritius.
The above entities are wholly owned subsidiaries of Standard Bank Offshore Group Limited whose registered office is Standard Bank House, 47-49 La Motte Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 4SZ. Standard Bank Offshore Group Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Bank Group Limited which has its registered office at 9th Floor, Standard Bank Centre, 5 Simmonds Street, Johannesburg 2001, Republic of South Africa