Deloitte has been announced as the headline Diamond Sponsor of the event, for which tickets are now available to Jersey Finance Member firms. Co-sponsors of the event, which was postponed from its original date in 2021, are Bedell Cristin, Pershing, and Stonehage Fleming.
Proceeds from sponsorship, ticket sales, and fund-raising activity on the night, will be donated to the Association of Jersey Charities (AJC), the representative body of charitable organisations operating in Jersey. This forms part of Jersey Finance’s partnership with the AJC, which also marked a milestone anniversary last year, and a pledge to raise £60,000 for the charitable sector in honour of the 60th anniversary of the island’s finance industry.
The black-tie event will feature top-class entertainment and a high-profile host, as well as a mouth-watering dining experience. It will be an occasion for finance industry professionals, key partners of Jersey Finance, and representatives from charities, the Government and the wider community to celebrate the achievements of the past 60 years and to look forward to the island’s future.
Commenting on the event, CEO of Jersey Finance Joe Moynihan said:
“The Diamond Jubilee Ball will be a really special occasion for us all, allowing us to come together to celebrate a milestone achievement for Jersey’s international financial services industry. We’re proud to be working with the Association of Jersey Charities on our campaign to raise £60,000 to help make a difference to worthy local causes, and we’re grateful to our diamond sponsor Deloitte for their support in helping us to achieve this goal.”
Partner at Deloitte in Jersey, Siobhan Durcan, said:
‘We are thrilled to be supporting this hugely prestigious event, marking Jersey’s position as an established finance jurisdiction. Our industry’s commitment to Jersey’s future prosperity is one that we are hugely proud of. We know our people at Deloitte will be equally proud to be a part of this.’
Jersey Finance Member firms can purchase a table for up to 10 people here. Tables will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.