Following substantive growth in the eighteen months since establishing a presence in the Asian marketplace, Hawksford’s group chief operations officer has been seconded to the Singapore office.  

Steve Spybey will support further growth within Hawksford’s Asian business and consolidate integration across the company’s seven international offices. He will work closely with the Asian team, which is led by Asia chief operating officer Jacqueline Low, as well as continuing to have involvement with Hawksford’s wider strategic direction.  

Hawksford CEO Maxine Rawlins added, ‘Steve is an integral player in Hawksford’s operational strategy and his move to Singapore underscores our confidence in and commitment to the Asian market. His move complements our international focus and is a natural extension to his existing responsibilities. The Asian market is a significant focus for us and Steve will help us to achieve consistency in positioning Hawksford’s corporate, private client and funds services.’    

‘I am looking forward to immersing myself in a different culture and applying my experience in European markets to support the next stage of development for Hawksford’s Asian business. There are real opportunities to invest in the business and ensure we are working seamlessly across our global offices,’ said Steve Spybey.   

Mr Spybey joined Hawksford’s Jersey office in 2014 as operations director. Prior to this he worked at Ernst & Young for 11 years as a Chartered Accountant.  

Hawksford was backed by UK mid-market private equity house Dunedin in 2008.