JTC makes appointment to lead Isle of Man office
JTC, the global provider of funds, corporate and private client services, has appointed Aidan Davin to head up its Isle of Man operation.
Aidan is a private client specialist with more than 30 years’ experience in the international financial services space, including 13 years at a senior level in the Isle of Man. In his new role at JTC, Aidan will provide leadership to the team with a view to identifying and securing further growth opportunities for the Isle of Man office.
Qualified as a Trust & Estate Practitioner, Aidan joins JTC as Managing Director of the Isle of Man office from Equiom Group where he was Chief Operating Officer for the Crown Dependencies offices and a director since 2008. His career began in London with the RBS Group Trustee office, before he moved to the Isle of Man in 1991 to join RBS International then later RBS Coutts Offshore until 2005.
With particular expertise in cross-border private client matters, succession and estate planning, Aidan’s experience includes structuring a range of asset classes, such as real estate, yachts and private aircraft.
JTC, which has its headquarters in Jersey, has an extensive network of offices employing more than 1,200 people around the world. Its Isle of Man office, based at Bridge Road in Douglas, is a key hub for the administration associated with trust and fiduciary structures relating to the private client market.
Iain Johns, Group Head of Private Client Services at JTC, commented: “Aidan has a combination of exceptional experience in the private client field, operational knowledge at the top level and an insightful understanding of the Isle of Man marketplace. This gives him an ideal skill set to support our business growth from the Isle of Man.”
Aidan added: “I’m looking forward to joining a successful, well-resourced and well organised team with many years’ experience in delivering solutions to private clients across the globe. It’s a perfect platform to build our business, and I’m excited about the potential for further growth of the Isle of Man office.”