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Mar 18 2013 | 9:09am ET
First Names Group, a trust and corporate services provider, has appointed three new directors to its Isle of Man office.
Alan Mayo, Chris Tushingham and Craig Brown have joined the group, formerly the international division of IFG Group.
Mayo, who becomes the group's change and integration director, has over 20 years' experience, primarily in the financial services space. In his new role, he will be responsible for the implementation of the group’s ambitious growth strategy that will see continued international expansion both organically and through strategic acquisitions.
Tushingham, who joins First Names as operations director, brings over 32 years’ financial experience to the role and extensive knowledge of a wide variety of multi-jurisdictional wealth structures including property, trading and tax. He will be reponsible for the day-to-day operational efficiency and regulatory compliance.
Brown has been appointed client services director. He previously worked as managing director for a local fiduciary company and has worked in a variety of sectors including oil, telecommunications, property and retail.
Declan Kenny, First Names CEO, said in a statement: “I am delighted to welcome Alan, Chris and Craig to First Names Group. They all have unrivaled experience and knowledge in their respective area and I know they are going to be invaluable members of the senior management team. These new appointments demonstrate our continuous investment in bolstering our team to ensure we have the strength in breadth and depth of skills, experience and expertise needed for us to achieve our vision of being the first name in the services we deliver.’
First Names Group is a global, independent provider of trust, corporate and fund administration services, with more than 300 employees and offices in the Isle of Man, Jersey, Cyprus, Switzerland, Ireland, UK, the British Virgin Islands and Japan.
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