Here we list who has moved where in another busy week in the offshore sector.
The Guernsey Financial Services Commission has announced Nik van Leuven will replace Peter Neville as director general of the commission when he retires on 1 June this year. Van Leuven is currently majesty's procureur (attorney general).
Maitland has opened an office in Malta which it identifies as an interesting jurisdiction for the structuring of investments into the European Union and the establishment and administration of companies.
Services offered will include: the formation and administration of Maltese companies, plus the provision of directorships, accounting and related services.
The international wealth management and services firm also plans to roll out a fund services offering in Malta and to provide client relationship services to investment funds administered through the firm's services operations in Cape Town.
Dr Ian Crockford, a Maltese lawyer and Chartered Certified Accountant, will head the new office.
Collins Stewart Fund Management has appointed Mike Murray as regional sales manager for the North of England. Murray previously spent seven years at Gartmore as a senior sales manager.
Hamburg-based alternative investment company Aquila Capital has hired Lauren Damask as managing director, head of global client advisory. She has previously worked at Frankfurt's Lupus Alpha Asset Management and Zurich Capital Markets in New York.
International insurance investor Whittington Group has hired Charlie Burgess to its senior executive team to support its expansion in Asia. Burgess joins from Aon Benfield Securities and will now be based in Singapore.
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