David Hopkins

New Associate Director appointment at Fiduchi

Sean Le Scelleur looks to reinforce Fiduchi's market position as a key provider for all private client structures

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As part of its growth strategy, Fiduchi has appointed Sean Le Scelleur as an Associate Director. Sean's primary focus will be business development, but he will also work closely with the client service teams, supporting the onboarding and on-going delivery of fiduciary services to existing and prospective clients and intermediaries.

Sean's role will see him working across all sectors of Fiduchi, Private Client, Corporate and Yachting Services. Sean will also work closely with Fiduchi's Middle East Director Christopher Dungan in the Dubai office to maximise professional intermediary contacts, both in Dubai and London where the business is looking to establish its next office in 2019. Sean will be drawing on his extensive experience to reinforce Fiduchi's market position as a key provider for all private client structures.

Managing Director David Hopkins commented:

"“Before Sean came on board,  we spoke at length about his wealth of experience and his desire to achieve even greater success. When I explained how we work, and how we have instilled a culture of striving for excellence, Sean quickly realised that our environment would allow him the best opportunity to deliver for his clients, for Fiduchi and for personal growth. It’s great to have him as part of this growing team.”

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