Elian has appointed a director with over 12 years of trustee experience to its Cayman Islands office.
David Lambotte (pictured) will have responsibility for Elian Private Wealth’s operations in the Caribbean; he will oversee business development, relationship management and fiduciary services in the Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands. He brings strong expertise in wealth and estate planning services to the role, with proven experience as a trusted advisor to ultra high net worth families across the Americas, Middle East, Asia and the UK.
Jersey-born Lambotte, who is chairman of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in the Cayman Islands, has a wealth of experience gained in Jersey, London and the Caribbean. He joins Elian from RBC Wealth Management where he was head of Caribbean trust business development. He previously held senior roles with Dominion Fiduciary Services Group in London and JTC Group in Jersey.
Elian group director, Philip Le Cornu, says: ‘David’s appointment brings strength and depth to Elian Private Wealth’s Caribbean team; he has a strong track record in the private client industry and an established reputation for his knowledge of wealth and estate planning. David shares the same values as Elian by putting client service at the heart of his work and striving to provide a first class service. As a global company we intend to grow our private client business, and the Caribbean is a key part of those plans.’
Lambotte adds: ‘The quality of the management team, the robust ownership model and the commitment to building longstanding relationships with clients have given Elian an enviable reputation in the private wealth industry. I am delighted to be joining a team of professionals who pride themselves on being the best, and I am looking forward to growing Elian’s Caribbean private client trust and administration business.’