Jordan, who spent more than 13 years in the Caribbean before relocating to the Isle of Man, will be responsible for a team of accountants and administrators who service the bank’s internationally diverse client base.
During her 25 year long career, she held international jobs with the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Bank of Bermuda’s Private Client Services and as a director at Ernst & Young Trust Company.
She relocated to the Isle of Man in September 2008 “to be closer to her friends and family” and was director of two trust and company service providers, Abacus Trust Company and IFG International Limited News, before joining Duncan Lawrie Private Bank.
A practising Scottish solicitor, Jordan is a Notary Public in Scotland and has been a full member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners since 2000.
She said Duncan Lawrie Private Bank offers its clients a bespoke service and her “broad international experience blends well with the team already based in the island”.
Nigel Gautrey, managing director at Duncan Lawrie Private Bank, Isle of Man said that there was “real growth on the island” and that the bank was "expanding its services over the long term".
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