ICSA Guernsey Awards 2019 winners revealed

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THE winners of The Chartered Governance Institute’s ICSA Guernsey Awards 2019 have been revealed.

John Heaton, president of The Chartered Governance Institute awarding the prize for governance professional of the year 2019 to Rebecca Booth of Carey Group. (26410626)

The awards recognise the achievements of Guernsey’s governance professionals and corporate service providers.

Carey Group bagged two awards, with Nikolett Mezei named company secretary of the year, while governance professional of the year went to Rebecca Booth.

Praxis IFM also got two awards, taking the title of corporate services team of the year and Gemma Woods winning the One to Watch category.

‘Once again, we were most impressed with the professionalism and technical excellence demonstrated by all of the nominees. The level of governance expertise that Guernsey’s governance professionals possess makes the job of selecting the winners a very difficult task indeed,’ said Paul Smith, chairman of the Institute’s Guernsey branch.

Student excellence awards were also presented at a glittering awards dinner held at the Duke of Richmond Hotel.

Evie Page, trust administrator (Artemis Trusteed Limited), Ceisha Martin, senior administrator (TMF Group Fund Services Limited) and Danielle Bateman, fund administrator (Aztec Financial Services Guernsey Limited) were all recognised. Jorja Winter, client services associate (Augentius Guernsey Limited), Christopher Bunney, corporate administrator (Louvre Fund Services Limited), Annie Goubert, fund administrator (Estera Administration Guernsey Limited) and Danielle Haysom, senior fund administrator (Ipes Guernsey Limited) also received student excellence awards.

‘The academic success of our students also bodes well for the profession since these are the company secretaries, governance, risk and compliance professionals and administrators of the future who will ensure that Guernsey’s hard fought reputation as a trusted place to do business is maintained,’ added Mr Smith.

Will Green

By Will Green
Business Editor

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