Credit Suisse in Guernsey has made seven promotions across its banking, branch and trust businesses aimed at strengthening the company’s capabilities and driving business growth.

The staff have all been recognised for their outstanding performance and dedication, with four stepping up to become Assistant Vice Presidents, two from Assistant Vice President to Vice President and one who has been promoted to Director.

Trust Centre Head of Credit Suisse, Geoff Le Poidevin, said: ‘We are pleased to see the number of promotions of varying grades in Credit Suisse AG, Guernsey Branch and Credit Suisse Trust Guernsey across the spectrum of our business units, which reflects positively both on the quality of staff employed within the company and on our commitment to grow and reward those staff.’

Sarah Marshall has been promoted to Director from her previous position as Vice President. She is responsible for the team servicing complex, high value Far East and Latin American private clients, together with the provision of pension fund trusteeships to corporate clients.

Jose Jimenez, Assistant Vice President, has been appointed Vice President. His role as Deputy to the Team Head within Classic team involves servicing private clients worldwide.

Vishal Lalwani has also been promoted to Vice President and leads the internal Financial Accounting team with responsibility for production of financial statements for Credit Suisse Trust Guernsey.

Of the team promoted to Assistant Vice President, Nick Marsden is a member of Credit Suisse’s IT team based in Guernsey and as part of a wider group provides IT services across Credit Suisse Trust’s locations worldwide and Rhys Williams is a team member of Account Management handling a broad client portfolio including High Net and Ultra High Net Worth Individual clients.

Jane Taylor is responsible for corporate secretarial and business administration and has been appointed Assistant Vice President, along with Jo Le Prevost, who administers a portfolio of complex, high value private clients in Far East and Latin American markets, together with corporate pension fund trusteeships.

Mr Le Poidevin added: ‘We are delighted to recognise and reward those who contribute diligently to serving clients and developing our business so their performance is reflected in these promotions.”