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Prestige Capital Management appoints Malta COO

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Prestige Capital Management (PCM) has appointed Jonathan Scott as chief operating officer (COO) with its Malta based investment operations office, subject to MFSA approval.

Scott (pictured) has a career in financial services spanning over 16 years, split between the UK and US with international investment banking groups Credit Suisse, Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas and JP Morgan Chase.
He studied at Texas A&M University, a senior military college, where he was awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance with a Certificate in International Business, and spent four years with the US Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.
Scott brings to Prestige a wide range of operations, investments, risk management, and financial related experience gained from his career in investment banking.
Craig Reeves, founder of Prestige Capital Management, says: “We’re excited by the appointment of Jonathan to our expanding team. People of his calibre are always sought and it is encouraging to see that both Prestige and Malta are increasingly able to attract this level of talent. With an expanding operation in Malta, we need personnel with Jonathan’s experience to facilitate our growth plans and to meet the increasing expectations of our institutional clients.”
In 2015 PCM obtained full scope AIFMD capabilities and now operates both Malta and Luxembourg-domiciled SICAVs. It also moved to new premises in a larger office complex in Naxxar, on the north side of the island, to meet the needs of the growing business and associated increase in personnel.
PCM opened its original office in Malta in spring 2011 and currently provides a central investment management, risk management and accounting function for its Malta and Luxembourg-domiciled SICAVs, along with providing various support services for non-regulated administration-based activities of affiliated Prestige companies.

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