McIntosh is new SVP at Clarien Bank
Pearline McIntosh has been appointed to the position of SVP, head of private banking, at Clarien Bank.
She will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the private banking team within Clarien’s wealth management group.
Mrs McIntosh has significant experience in the trust and wealth management space having worked in the finance and trust industries for more than two decades, Clarien said.
She managed a local trust company, formerly Appleby Trust, during which time she managed ultra-high-net-worth client relationships and family offices.
Before joining Clarien, Mrs McIntosh was working at Butterfield Bank, most recently as VP, international senior private banker.
Ian Truran, Clarien’s CEO, said: “It is with great excitement that we welcome Pearline to Clarien’s wealth management team.
“Her versatility and experience in developing effective teams, increasing client buy-in and forging productive relationships across all areas of trust, private banking, investments and corporate services, will be a tremendous asset to Clarien Bank.”
He added: “Going forward, we will look to Pearline to provide strategic and tactical direction to the private banking team, as well as lead new business development efforts and provide team management and mentoring support.
“Her input into process improvements and product development will also be instrumental in helping us in our strategic aspiration to be Bermuda’s best bank.”
Mrs McIntosh graduated with a bachelor of arts in economics and business administration from Acadia University in Nova Scotia in 1989.
Since then, she has amassed a number of professional certificates and designations including STEP diploma (with distinction) in international offshore trust management, and ACIB (UK) banking designation.
Since 2019, she has served as a member of the Bermuda Business Development Agency family office focus group, and was the 2015 recipient of the STEP Founder’s Award and the 2013 Citywealth IFC Powerwomen Top 100.
While at Butterfield Bank, Mrs McIntosh was responsible for the management and development of the more complex and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, family offices and trust structures.
Clarien said she was also instrumental in business development and client servicing strategy, having been tasked with maximising profitability of each client relationship by cross-selling and identifying service opportunities.