Ogier announces director promotions for Ian Rumens and Stephanie Rose
Ogier Fiduciary Services promoted two key employees to directors on 1 August 2013. Ian Rumens has been promoted to director in the Ogier private wealth team and Stephanie Rose to director in Ogier Corporate Services.
Rumens joined Ogier in August 2009. Prior to moving to Jersey, he spent six years practising in London with leading private client practices as an English solicitor.
He has international experience in both the legal and fiduciary fields, and specialises in the establishment of offshore structures for private clients.
Rumens is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
Rose joined Ogier in 1999 and leads a team within the Corporate Services administration team. She has more than 14 years’ experience in the offshore financial services industry.
Rose is widely experienced in the administration of complex corporate-owned offshore structures and sits on the boards of a number of fund manager, property holding and trustee companies.
She holds an LLB.
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