Hawksford has strengthened its corporate and private client offering with the promotion of two associate directors with over 40 years’ combined industry experience.

Recognising their strength in technical expertise, Hawksford has promoted two of their managers to associate directors; Christine Simpson within the private client team and Sian Huish within the corporate team.  

Mrs Simpson, joined Hawksford as a manager within the private client team in April having previously worked for Capco Trust. She is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) with more than 25 years’ experience in the offshore finance industry. In her new role Mrs Simpson will have responsibility for driving Hawksford’s high standards of client service within the private client team, as well as contributing towards the company’s operational strategies and financial planning.  

Mrs Huish, also a qualified STEP practitioner, has been at Hawksford for four years. During this time she has progressed within the corporate team to her new role as associate director. She now leads a team of managers and administrators in the delivery of complex structures, as well as supporting the implementation of Hawksford’s strategic business objectives.  

Maxine Rawlins, chief executive officer at Hawksford, commented: ‘I am delighted to congratulate both Christine and Sian on their recent promotions, which illustrate Hawksford’s capacity to attract top talent, as well as developing current staff through our established training and development programme.’  

‘Corporate services is a key area of growth for Hawksford and Sian’s promotion demonstrates the team’s evolution and expanding capabilities; whilst Christine’s knowledge and experience will be a huge asset to our private client offering, which remains an integral part of the business,’ added Mrs Rawlins.  

Hawksford is an international corporate, private client and funds business offering a range of comprehensive services to trusts, companies, foundations, partnerships, family offices and investment funds.