Apex appoint Hanifan to US role

Global financial services provider Apex Group Ltd, has appointed Jon Hanifan as head of corporate solutions, Americas.

Mr Hanifan is currently head of tax and deputy head at Throgmorton UK, which was acquired by Apex last year.

His appointment to the new role is effective from July 1, and comes as Apex expands its services across the America’s region. Apex was established in Bermuda in 2003.

Mr Hanifan will be responsible for the development of Throgmorton USA, along with the group’s corporate solutions businesses across the Americas, including Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.

He joined Throgmorton UK in 2017, prior to which he was a principal at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer&Feld, where he led the firm’s European hedge fund tax advisory team, and an executive director at EY.

Georges Archibald, head of Apex Americas, said: “We look forward to welcoming Jon to the US team and see his appointment as a demonstration of the market leading pool of talent we have to draw on from within the Group. The acquisition of Throgmorton represented an important milestone for Apex as we built a single-source solution as a global financial services provider. Delivering these services to our US clients adds to our market leading capabilities and reinforces our growth intentions for the US market.”

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Published Jun 1, 2020 at 12:21 pm (Updated Jun 1, 2020 at 12:21 pm)

Apex appoint Hanifan to US role

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