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Stanhope plans Channel Islands growth with double hire

Stanhope plans Channel Islands growth with double hire

Stanhope Capital is eyeing growth opportunities in the Channel Islands through the appointments of David Nolan and Jonathan Overland.

Both are already directors of Stanhope Capital’s holding company and will now expand their roles. Nolan and Overland are the principal Partners of Ivey Cox Consulting, which was established in Jersey in 2007.

Daniel Pinto (pictured), chief executive and co-founder of Stanhope, said: 'Stanhope Capital has been active in managing portfolios for Channel Islands trust companies since the firm was founded in 2004.

'We now plan to take this activity to a higher level and are delighted that David and Jonathan will be working with us. We have known them for many years as they are non-executive directors on our board and consequently already members of the Stanhope Capital family.”

Guy Paterson, a partner at Stanhope Capital, added: 'We have found that fiduciaries have been attracted by our consistent performance allied with our independent ownership, absence of in house funds, transparent reporting, multi custodian operation and familiarity with sophisticated offshore structures. This new partnership is an exciting development in our Channel Islands business.'


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