Le Cornu, Aaron
Aaron Le Cornu became group chief operating officer in May 2012. He is accountable for the financial and operational effectiveness of the overall Ogier Group and for leading the implementation of group strategy through the group services teams of HR, finance, IT, operations, group services operations, business development, knowledge management and risk and compliance.
Le Cornu joined Ogier as group finance director in May 2009. Prior to joining Ogier, he spent the last 10 years working for HSBC involved in the management of various businesses. Recent responsibilities included being deputy chief executive officer of HSBC Bank International in Jersey, managing the acquisition of M&S Money and sitting on the board as a non-executive director on behalf of HSBC and setting up greenfield operations in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovak Republic.
Prior to that, Le Cornu trained as a chartered accountant with Andersen in London working with numerous financial services clients and also worked for Andersen in Australia and France.
He achieved a first-class honours degree in European management science from Swansea University in 1992.
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