Duncan Lawrie PB appoints Gillian Jordan IoM head of Fiduciary
Duncan Lawrie Private Bank has appointed Gillian Jordan its head of Fiduciary Services on the Isle of Man, responsible for accountants and administrators servicing international clients.
Jordan (pictured) has over 25 years of industry experience, including being vice president at The Royal Bank of Scotland, general manager of Bank of Bermuda’s Private Client Services, and as a director at Ernst & Young Trust Company.
Prior to joining Duncan Lawrie, she was director of two trust and company service providers on the Isle of Man.
Nigel Gautrey, managing director at Duncan Lawrie Private Bank, Isle of Man said:
“We are experiencing real growth on the Island and are highly committed to our local and international client base. We are expanding our services over the long term and Gillian’s legal background and work in international private client fiduciary services will be a huge asset.”
Duncan Lawrie Private Bank was founded in 1971, but traces its roots back to tea plantations in what was then called East India. Offices today are found in central London, Bristol, the UK county of Kent, Isle of Man and Kolkata, India.