Highvern announces new-year promotions

Posted: 06/01/2020

Highvern promotions_jan20Jersey-based fiduciary and fund services provider Highvern has promoted five members of staff, who took up their new roles on 1 January:
 
• Rebecca Journeaux, who first joined Highvern in June 2015, has become Assistant Trust Manager within the firm's Family Office team, responsible for administering a portfolio of predominantly Asian-based high- and ultra-high-net-worth clients. 
 
• Justyna Straition has been promoted to Assistant Trust Manager too, within the Private Client team. With seven years’ experience, Justyna administers structures for Middle East-based, high- and ultra-high-net-worth clients and specialises in real estate management.
 
• Monica Ferreira, who has been with Highvern for more than 17 years, has moved into the role of Senior Trust Administrator in the Family Office team, specialising in residential and commercial real estate assets for ultra-high-net-worth clients.
 
• Stefan Le Marquand, who joined Highvern in October 2018, has been promoted to Senior Trust Administrator within the Private Client team.
 
• Flavia Serafini has also been promoted to Senior Trust Administrator in the Private Client team, where she will continue to administer a portfolio of clients based in the Middle East and Central Europe.

Pictured (l-r): Rebecca Journeaux, Justyna Straiton, Monica Ferreira, Stefan Le Marquand and Flavia Serafini


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