Ocorian, the financial services group and leading provider of private client, fund, corporate, capital markets and regulatory & compliance services, announces three key hires to its Private Clients team to kickstart 2022.
Ian Rumens, Karl Bekusch and Karen O’Hanlon have joined the business to augment the strength and depth of Ocorian’s Private Clients offering.
Nick Cawley, Ocorian’s Global Head – Private Clients, commented “Ian, Karl, and Karen join our team at an exciting period of growth for the company.”
“They are impressive industry professionals with extensive experience. Our Private Clients team has been servicing client needs for over 50 years and these three new hires bring with them decades of experience working alongside clients in order to protect, preserve, and plan for their wealth now and into the future.”
Mike Hughes, Ocorian’s Global Head of Service Lines, remarked “We continue to invest in the best talent and expertise across the industry. We have a market leading private client platform which was strengthened with our recent acquisition of Trust Corporation International. The Ocorian team takes pride in being experts in our clients’ business to enable personalised, value accretive service delivery for them and their families. Ian, Karl, and Karen are key members of our global team.”
Ian Rumens joins Ocorian’s team as Head of Private Clients for Jersey from Intertrust where he was Head of Private Wealth – Jersey. He has extensive experience working with ultra-high net worth families based across Asia, the UK, Europe, and the Middle East. Ian reports to Ocorian’s Global Head – Private Clients, Nick Cawley.
Reporting to Ian is Karl Bekusch who joins Ocorian as Executive Director having most recently been Head of Private Clients and Family Office in Jersey for Apex Group, where he served for over a decade and having now spent over 31 years in the fiduciary services industry in Jersey and Dubai. He specialises in the establishment and administration of bespoke conventional and Shari’a multi-generational succession planning structures for ultra-high net worth individuals and families.
Karen O’Hanlon has been working alongside international families, intermediaries, family offices and entrepreneurs on a global basis for the past three decades. She was most recently Senior Director at JTC.
Karen reports to Simon Behan, Ocorian’s Chief Commercial Officer.
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Ocorian is a global leader in corporate and fiduciary services, fund administration and capital markets. It has US$260bn in assets under administration and employs 1,250 professionals.
Supporting and protecting global investment is Ocorian’s priority; it manages over 17,000 structures on behalf of 8,000 clients including financial institutions, large-scale international organisations and high-net-worth individuals.
Ocorian provides fully compliant, tailored solutions that are individual to clients’ needs, no matter where in the world they hold financial interests, or however they are structured.
The group offers a full suite of corporate, fund and private client services across a network of 19 offices spanning all the world’s financial hubs. Locations include Bermuda, BVI, Cayman, Denmark, Guernsey, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, UAE, the UK, and the US.
To find out more about Ocorian and its services, including regulatory information, visit www.ocorian.com