About Ogier Fiduciary Services
Ogier Fiduciary Services is a world renowned independent professional services firm that provides leading international trust, fund and company administration services to large multi-national corporations, financial institutions, high net worth individuals, family offices and investment funds.
With over 450 professionals across a network of ten international offices, covering all time zones and key financial centres, Ogier Fiduciary Services is able to handle large, demanding and complex engagements, whilst delivering the highest levels of client service. Ogier Fiduciary Services' network of offices includes Bahrain, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Dublin, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Jersey, London, Luxembourg and Tokyo.
Ogier Fiduciary Services is formed of four service lines:
Ogier Corporate Services - incorporating and administering companies, trusts and special purpose vehicles including the administration of executive and employee retention and incentive plans.
Ogier Fund Services - setting up, administering and providing registrar, transfer agency, director services, accounting services and depositary services for collective investment funds including hedge funds, private equity, mezzanine and real estate.
Ogier Private Wealth - establishing and administering trusts, companies and foundations focused on succession planning, asset protection and family governance for wealthy families, family offices and owner-managed businesses.
Ogier Capital Services - providing cash management and foreign exchange services to clients and providing investment monitoring and risk mitigation support to our business.
Jane is a Group Director of Ogier Fiduciary Services with global responsibility for the Closed Ended Funds Administration business. Jane joined Ogier in 2006 and became a Partner in 2010.
Jane has a BA degree and a DMS in Management Studies from Jordanhill College in Glasgow and Teesside University respectively. Jane is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
Colin is currently a Group Director for Ogier Fiduciary Service with global responsibility for the Funds Services businesses which comprises of the Open Ended and Closed Ended Funds and Real Estate teams having joined Ogier in 2003 and becoming a Partner in 2006.
Colin received his Bachelor of Laws, with honours, from the University of Glasgow, Scotland in 1991 and his diploma in legal practice in 1992. Colin is a member of the Cayman Islands Law Society and the Law Society of Scotland and is currently a member of the executive committee of AIMA Cayman.