Heritage International Fund Managers (HIFM) has made a number of promotions following a successful 2012 in which the company saw growth in existing client business and new appointments within the fund services group.
Norman Amey (pictured) has been promoted from head of fund accounting taking up a position on the company’s board of directors with responsibility for accounting and finance across the wider Heritage Fund Services Group including UK and Malta. Amey has been with the company for over four years and has played an important role in the development of the current accounting services.
In addition, James Christie, David Dorey, Kevin Smith and Damien Fitzgerald have all been appointed as associate directors, all of whom will assume additional operational responsibilities and will provide continued support to the board of directors.
Tom Daish has been appointed as manager - company secretarial and is responsible for the delivery of company secretarial, corporate governance and stock exchange continuing obligations.
Amey says: “I am pleased to have been given this unique opportunity to join the board of HIFM and assume a wider role within Heritage Fund Services Group. It has been a pleasure to see Heritage go from strength to strength during my time with the company and I look forward to our continued success.”
Mark Huntley, managing director, says: “We are delighted to congratulate the team on their respective promotions and we are fortunate to have recruited and developed such a strong and capable management team. 2013 promises to be a significant year for HIFM and we look forward to our team capitalising on the opportunities we are seeing and achieving our strategic goals in the forthcoming years. Norman has made an invaluable contribution to the growth of the Heritage Fund Services Group to date and I am glad to welcome him to our board and I am confident that he will continue to be pivotal in assisting with leading the growth of our business.”