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(CNS Business): Butterfield Trust in the Cayman Islands has appointed Brian Balleine to the position of Senior Vice President and Head of Trust and Gina Nelson to the position of Head of Business Development in the jurisdiction. Executive Vice President and Head of Group Trust for Butterfield, Bob Moore, said the Cayman Islands office was a key part of the global trust business and the latest senior appointments reflect Butterfield’s commitment to building its skills and expertise in the international trust business line. “We have clear plans for growth across our Group’s trust business and the Cayman Islands are an important and integral part of this strategy, complementing our range of fiduciary capabilities in key jurisdictions around the globe,” Moore said.
“Butterfield Trust aims to deliver top class service through respected specialists experienced in managing complex structuring arrangements for a wide variety of clients. Brian’s and Gina’s appointments are a further reflection of this commitment to professionalism and service excellence.”
Balleine, who will lead a team of 26 trust specialists, has more than 28 years experience in the international offshore financial services industry predominantly in wealth planning, trust and fiduciary administration. He has spent 18 years leading and managing trust businesses in Asia, the Channel Islands and the Caribbean working with ultra-high net worth families and advisers to establish complex wealth planning solutions.
“Butterfield Trust has a strong reputation for providing bespoke solutions to a wide variety of clients and I am looking forward to applying my knowledge, particularly in terms of Latin and North America, and leading a dynamic team focused on growth,” Balleine said.
Nelson, who will focus her attention on business development activity in the region, qualified as a lawyer in the US and has more than 10 years experience in the area of trust and estate planning. She has worked extensively in wealth structuring and in business development in the wealth services arena in North America.
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