Group head of client services, Philip Burgin, will now be based in the company’s Mayfair office, and will oversee the development of the company’s client services and the expansion of its business.
The company said he will also be responsible for raising the group’s profile and managing relationships with its intermediary network.
Burgin, who will retain his previous title, has over 19 years’ experience at JTC across its private client, corporate and funds divisions.
He has also worked as a director to a number of residential and commercial property companies and funds.
On his appointment, Burgin said: “London has long been used as a premier gateway to all international financial markets, and continues to provide an extremely useful book of both established and potential contacts not already known to JTC.”
He added that he will be looking to meet with a “targeted list of people and firms” in order to improve clients’ experiences with the company.
Operating in 20 jurisdictions around the world, JTC is a multi-jurisdictional, independent provider of corporate, fund, private client and real estate services, with £23.8bn in assets under management.
In August, the company was granted a licence to provide its services in the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman office will focus on establishing and servicing funds domiciled in the region and listing securities on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange.