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Will Cameron

JTC appoints new head of Fareham office


Independent corporate, fund and private client services provider JTC has appointed Will Cameron (pictured) in a Director role as the Head of the firm’s Fareham office

which is an operational centre for some of the Group’s client administration, accountancy and corporate secretarial services.

Cameron joined JTC in 2015 from Saltgate (UK) Limited where he worked as a Director of Client Services with responsibility for all accounting and administration deliverables. Prior to this, he was with the Capita Financial Group working in their Fund Administration division with a specific focus on the real estate sector.

In heading up the management of the Fareham office, Cameron has full operational responsibility for the team and their service delivery to our clients and the rest of the Group.  

Cameron says: “JTC is truly a global company which is growing rapidly through a clear strategy and with its meritocratic stakeholder mentality very much in evidence. Moreover, its success has been seen in having some solid operational foundations and this is where initially my new ‘Head of’ role is going to be concentrated – implementing various improvement initiatives and best practices to create efficiencies for the benefit of both our client base and the Group as a whole.  

“We will also be focussing on new product and market development and looking at extending JTC’s offering through a number of FCA compliant onshore initiatives.”

Stuart Pinnington, Group Head of Institutional Services at JTC, says: “We’re delighted to have Will join the team and with his significant sector experience coupled with strong leadership skills, we have every confidence that he will maximise every opportunity the role has to offer in order to augment our Fareham output.”

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