Ten HIGHVERN employees in Jersey and London have been recognised for their contributions to the firm’s continued growth and success through well-deserved promotions this summer. The leading independent fiduciary, corporate and fund services provider has made these promotions following fifteen promotions across multiple jurisdictions end of last year.

In the Funds team, Aleksandra Toton has been elevated to Senior Fund Accountant, Courtney Tavener has been promoted to Manager in Fund Accounting, while Kristy Gardiner and Lucy Sweeney have both advanced to Assistant Manager. Marta Eon has been promoted to Fund Administrator.

In Private Wealth, Billi-Jean Brown has been promoted to Associate Director, Jack Barlow has risen to the position of Senior Trust Manager, and Zsolt Hornok now becomes Trust Administrator.

In the business management team Matt Hill has been appointed Senior Manager, Group Secretariat & Governance, and Melanie Littlechild is now Senior Finance Manager.

Martin Hall, Chief Executive of HIGHVERN, said, “It’s inspiring to see outstanding team members advancing their careers with us. We are committed to recognising and nurturing our employees’ potential so congratulations to all receiving these well-deserved promotions, showcasing the exceptional talent and dedication within our team. Alongside these promotions, we also have a range of appointments and expanding roles group-wide on the horizon, further highlighting our ongoing investment as we continue on our growth pathway.”

HIGHVERN’s team has now grown to over 160 employees across six jurisdictions, and its approach to recruiting the best talent continues. Alongside these promotions, HIGHVERN and its staff have recently won accolades including Best Fund Administrator 2024 in the Under $50bn category at The Drawdown Awards. Recognition for team members has also been achieved in the eprivateclient NextGen Leaders 2024 and the Jersey Finance Rising Stars 2024.