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Volaw Group, one of Jersey’s leading independent providers of fiduciary and administration solutions to individual, family, corporate and institutional clients has unveiled a corporate rebranding and name change to VG.

Since being founded in 1982, Volaw Group has specialised in the formation and management of trusts, companies, funds and other structures, whether established in Jersey or other jurisdictions. By today’s announcement Volaw embraces its long and successful history and looks forward to the future. The new logo evokes the heritage of the original design while underlining the company’s new set of core values and goals. 
 
Mark Hucker (pictured), MD of VG, says: “This rebrand marks a significant step in the company’s evolution. We are very proud of the achievements in our first 35 years and we jealously guard the qualities that make VG special for its clients, including our independence. However we are starting on a new stage of our journey with ambitious goals to delight our clients, attract and retain the best staff and build on our fantastic partnerships. Our new name and brand represents a positive affirmation of our ethos to keep it simple and get it right first time, every time.”
 
Based in Jersey – a leading international finance centre, VG has specialist knowledge in funds, family wealth, real estate and Islamic finance. The company currently administers over 2,000 trusts, foundations, companies, partnerships and funds which altogether hold more than USD25 billion of clients’ assets. Forty per cent of VG’s staff have been with the firm for more than 10 years and its top 20 client relationships average more than 13 years.
 
Hucker says: “It is no accident that VG has retained its staff and clients over the long term – we recognize that continuity and consistency are very important in any successful relationship. Our new identity underpins our commitment to great service and also marks a statement of intent to grow the VG business and the team.”

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