Ogier promotes eight staff across Cayman Islands’ teams

Georgia Scott has been promoted to head of Ogier Regulatory Consulting.

Ogier in the Cayman Islands has promoted eight people across its legal, corporate and fiduciary, regulatory, and business services teams.

From Ogier Global, the firm’s corporate and fiduciary division, Daisy Valdez has been promoted to director, Geoffrey Butler has been promoted to senior manager, April General has been promoted to manager, and Teneisha Robinson is now a senior administrator.

Georgia Scott has been promoted to head of Ogier Regulatory Consulting, Cayman, and Ghita Moyle has become an associate in Ogier’s Dispute Resolution legal team.

From business services, Anganee Lewis has progressed to senior administrator and Aaron Roye is now a legal secretary.

“As a firm, we believe it’s vital to develop and reward the talented individuals across our services. Congratulations to Daisy, Geoffrey, April, Teneisha, Georgia, Ghita, Anganee and Aaron. This recognition is well deserved and is central to our culture and the success of our business,” said Ogier Global Managing Director Jason Fitzgerald.

Daisy Valdez has been promoted to director in Ogier’s corporate and fiduciary division.

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