Rawlinson & Hunter promotes pair

  • Alex Whittaker

    Alex Whittaker

  • Ryan Jones

    Ryan Jones

Rawlinson & Hunter, the financial services firm, has announced the admission of Ryan Jones and Alex Whittaker to the Bermuda partnership.

Both Mr Whittaker and Mr Jones have been with the firm for more than eight years, and currently lead the trust, corporate and accounting teams.

In a statement, R&H said the pair had been key to the growth of the firm in recent years, when they were involved in expanding the traditional client base to regions such as Latin America and Asia.

Both men are Chartered Professional Accountants and trust and estate practitioners, and specialise in the development and ongoing management, administration and accounting of multi-jurisdictional financial structures.

Both are active members of Bermuda’s trust industry, Mr Whittaker being the current deputy chairman of the Step Bermuda Branch and Mr Jones sitting on the committee of the Bermuda Association of Licensed Trustees.

Francine Mason, senior partner of R&H Bermuda, following the retirement of Paul Hubbard, said: “For a number of years, Alex and Ryan have been integral to R&H Bermuda’s growth, and the transition to partner is the natural next step.

“They both have an exceptional understanding of the international private client industry and are very much in tune to the quality that R&H globally represents.”

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Published Jul 16, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Jul 16, 2019 at 12:14 am)

Rawlinson & Hunter promotes pair

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