Crestbridge has recognised 34 individuals across its multi-jurisdictional teams, including a number at senior level, as part of its summer round of promotions.
Danielle Cottignies (Family Office Services), Zoe Dewhurst (Corporate Services) and Emmanuel Capraro (Luxembourg) have all been made Associate Directors, whilst Nina Gomes has also been made Head of Learning and Development. In addition, the business has recognised the achievements and expertise of a further 30 members staff in this latest round of promotions.
Congratulating those receiving promotions, Graeme McArthur, Chief Executive, Crestbridge said: “The last year has seen continued growth and development at Crestbridge and we are delighted that we are able to recognise the efforts and ambitions of our colleagues with these well-deserved promotions. We are committed to nurturing talent and recognising the contribution our people make to our business, and we look forward to the coming year which we expect will offer further opportunities for progression within the Group”.
The promotions come as Crestbridge continues to grow its multi-jurisdictional workforce, having recruited more than 15 new starters over recent months, despite ongoing challenging global working conditions. The firm also continues to champion wellbeing in the workplace and has introduced a range of measures to support staff during lockdown, including a new staff podcast and virtual ‘Woga’, or workplace yoga.
Those being promoted are:
Danielle Cottignies, Bethany Scott, Stephanie De Sousa and Fabio Carvalho in Family Office Services
Nomsa Dewah-Nyahwo, Izabela Banas, Henry Clarke, Oliver Brown and Abigail Houghton in Fund Services
Zoe Dewhurst, Henry Rendall and Jacob Schindler in Corporate Services
Stephanie Workman, Andrew Rafferty, Alexandria Leigh, Madeline Smith, Jack Southern, Natalia Ciosek and Yann Vivian in Real Estate Services
Emmanuel Capraro, Romain Kuntz, Raluca-Maria Iencut, Raphael Machado and Juliette Serra in Luxembourg
Dan Hanby, Sam Fisher, Briony Rea, Laura Morgan and Joelle Engmann in London Because success matters
Nina Gomes, Simone Duhamel, Barbara Lubout, Carmel Warren and Gemma Tilly in Central