APPLEBY PROFESSIONALS CLINCH
TWO ICSA AWARDS.

3 November2015

Appleby snapped up two awards at the ICSA Jersey Awards 2015. Marie Nuth (Regional Compliance Manager, Europe) was presented with the ‘Risk and Compliance Award’, and Administrator, Chandelle Newcombe was named ‘Administrator of the Year’.

The awards, aimed at recognising and promoting the work and profession of Chartered Secretaries in Jersey, were presented at the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators (ICSA) Jersey annual dinner held at Hotel de France on Friday 23 October.

Farah Ballands, Partner and Global Group Head of Fiduciary and Administration Services at Appleby said: “On behalf of our team I would like to congratulate both Marie and Chandelle on their achievement. Both awards are well deserved and are testament to the hard work and dedication that our team gives to achieving the best results for our clients.”

Marie joined Appleby in April 2005 and is the Compliance Officer and the Money Laundering Compliance Officer responsible for compliance matters in Jersey and oversees the compliance function of Appleby's European offices. She is a Chartered Secretary and an Associate of the ICSA, with professional qualifications in compliance and anti-money laundering. She is also a member of the Jersey Compliance Officers Association.

Chandelle has been with Appleby’s Fiduciary Business since August 2011, joining as an Assistant Administrator in the private client team; she was promoted to Administrator on 1st April 2013 and is now part of the Corporate Services team. She is responsible for a small group of prestigious clients and her role includes actively monitoring, the risk and compliance reporting for these clients. In her four years with Appleby, Chandelle has progressed from graduate to accomplished administrator and has passed her ICSA Professional exams, with only the case study remaining.

About ICSA

ICSA is the chartered membership and qualifying body for people working in governance, risk and compliance, including company secretaries. The organisation develops the skills, knowledge and experience of governance professionals through qualifications, training, high-quality guidance and technical know-how.

 

 

 

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