Terry has responsibility for Fiduchi’s Corporate Services Team, which is the team that services the majority of our clients’ real estate investment funds. Terry is STEP qualified and has worked in the financial services industry for nearly 18 years, beginning his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving to one of Jersey’s largest independent trust companies and then to Fiduchi. Terry has been with Fiduchi since early 2014 and has been instrumental in the growth of our corporate and real estate business; using his expertise in the full breadth of trust and corporate structures available in Jersey to expand the suite of solutions available to our clients.
At PwC Terry was a manager in the trust and company administration section as well as the funds liquidation team and, throughout his career, Terry has managed several significant real estate investment structures investing in regions all across the globe. Terry is currently the lead director on a number of substantial UK commercial real estate structures as well as structures investing in projects in Turkey.
Terry was born in England, moving to Jersey in 2001. A keen sportsman, he needs to find something else to do now that he is ‘too old’ to play rugby.
A brief Q&A with Terry Northcott on Jersey International Savings Plans and why these schemes are proving popular.
There are many reasons why a private individual or corporate entity might incorporate a company in Jersey. Paul Lees Head of Private Client explains the advantages and uses for incorporating a company in Jersey, as well as the varying types of companies that can be created.
Cell companies offer many benefits, but what are these? Moreover, why would you want to use a cell company in the first place? These are some of the questions answered by Fiduchi's Associate Director of Corporate Services Terry Northcott.
Jersey Limited Partnerships have become favoured vehicles for any enterprise or group of individuals that require flexibility, privacy, limited liability and the ability to return capital easily to investors. In this article we examine the four different types of Limited Partnerships and their legal variations.