More Guernsey practitioners added to Citywealth IFC Powerwomen list
22 November 2017
The number of Guernsey practitioners featured in the Citywealth 2017 IFC Powerwomen Top 200 list has risen from last year.
Guernsey Finance Deputy Chief Executive Kate Clouston is one of those completing a hat-trick, having been named for the third year running. She is joined by 34 other women from Guernsey’s business community, meaning the island has four more practitioners in the list than last year.
Miss Clouston (pictured) was promoted to Deputy CEO last year having initially joined Guernsey Finance in April 2015 as Director of International Business Development, when she was responsible for leading international business development work in key markets in South East Asia, North America and Europe.
The Top 200 list honours the most powerful women in government, private wealth, education, private client advisory and philanthropy across international finance centres (IFCs). It is compiled from research from the 2016 list, combined with recommendations from leading figures in the financial services sector, ultra-high-net-worth clients, charities and from a call of submissions.
Guernsey representation in the Citywealth 2017 IFC Power Women Top 200 consisted of: Angela Calnan, Collas Crill; Julia Church, Intertrust; Shauna Clapham, Swoffers; Karen Cleal, Opus Private; Kate Clouston, Guernsey Finance; Andrea Daley Taylor, Trust Corporation International; Lydia Essa, Trust Corporation International; Elaine Greham, Zedra; Elaine Gray, Carey Olsen; Helen Green, Saffery Champness; Ciara Gurney, Aquitaine Trust; Bethan Haines, States of Guernsey; Rhona Humphreys, Imperium Trust; Natasha Kapp, Carey Olsen; Karen Le Cras, Carey Olsen; Jane Le Maitre, Intertrust; Fiona Le Poidevin, Channel Islands Securities Exchange; Kerrie Le Tissier, Collas Crill; Alison MacKrill, Appleby; Nicola McGall, New Street Management; Patricia Montgomery, Carey Olsen; Jessica Morris, Carey Trustees; Alison Ozanne, Walkers; Lindsay Ozanne, Butterfield Trust; Alison Parry, Butterfield Trust; Samantha Renouf, Butterfield Trust; Jessica Roland, Mourant Ozannes; Heidi Soulsby, States of Guernsey; Haidee Stephens, Louvre Trust; Samantha Stevenson, Rothschild Trust; Laura Stockwell, States of Guernsey; Sanna-Liisa Valtanen, Asset Risk Consultants; Lisa Vizia, Saffery Champness; Patricia White, Vistra; Sally Wilkinson, Harbour Trustees.
Guernsey Finance Chief Executive Dominic Wheatley said: “We are delighted that Kate is included in the list for the third year running. It is well-deserved recognition for the excellent work she is doing in on behalf of Guernsey industry in the island's key financial markets.
“The fact that Guernsey has even more practitioners than last year highlights the expertise and quality of service on offer in the island.”
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