Suntera Global is making a key acquisition as it looks to further enhance its presence in the Channel Islands.
The acquisition of specialist fiduciary services provider, Nedgroup Trust Limited (‘Nedgroup Trust’), which is subject to regulatory approvals, will strengthen Suntera Global’s offering as well as extend its reach into an additional tier one jurisdiction in Guernsey.
Nedgroup Trust has a 70 strong team of staff across the Channel Islands, with 50 of those based in Guernsey, a new jurisdiction for Suntera, and supports a significant international client base including a substantial proportion based in South Africa.
Currently owned by Nedbank Private Wealth Limited, Nedgroup Trust provides a full suite of fiduciary services to high-net worth individuals, ultra-high-net worth individuals, family offices and owner managed businesses.
David Hudson, Group CEO of Suntera Global, told B365: “This acquisition will strengthen our current service offering, enhance our Channel Islands’ capability and expand our reach to an additional jurisdiction. Nedgroup Trust combines strong operational expertise with building lasting relationships and providing a personal, flexible and tailored service – attributes that align perfectly with our own emphasis on creating a high-quality international business established on a strong platform delivering sustainable, responsible growth. I am delighted to welcome the Nedgroup Trust team and have no doubt their expertise will contribute considerably to the capabilities and growth of Suntera Global.”
Managing Director of Nedgroup Trust, Daniel Bisson, commented: “Over more than 30 years, Nedgroup Trust has instilled its private and corporate clients with the confidence needed to support their ambitions. As a well-respected and established Channel Islands based fiduciary service provider, I am delighted to be taking this next step in our journey, which means we can offer the consistency of service our clients expect from our team, but with an enhanced offer as a result of this transaction.