Committee now reflects membership more accurately
The Isle of Man Wealth and Fund Services Association is pleased to announce the new Committee following its recent AGM.
Three new members have been added to its committee, Chris Kelly (Ernst & Young), Jennifer Hardingham (FIM Capital) and Clare Rundle (Nedgroup Investments).
The new appointments are not the only changes that have happened within the Association.
Cath Griffiths (Apex Fund Services) will take on the role as Vice Chair with Stuart Watson (RBSI), as the new Treasurer.
Katherine Johnson (Appleby) will take on the responsibility of coordinating Legal & Regulatory matters whilst Andrew Dawson (Estera) will be dealing with Membership and Carolyn Gelling (The International Stock Exchange) taking on the role of coordinating the Association’s marketing activity, with support from Jennifer Hardingham, Kristan King (KPMG) and Anne Couper Woods (IQE).
The Association believes the committee now truly reflects the membership, which spans the spectrum of the Island's wealth and fund services community, including fund managers, corporate service providers, trustees, custodians, wealth, asset and investment managers, banking and legal professionals.