Ravenscroft has become the first company in the world to introduce a cutting edge client screening solution, which has been developed in the Channel Islands.
The RiskScreen system, which was developed by Channel Islands-based regtech business KYC Global Technologies, allows Ravenscroft to exceed current legislation on the monitoring of clients.
‘Ravenscroft’s growth and success has been built on delivering the services which our clients want and not what we think they need, whilst at the same time ensuring that we are compliant with regulation and legislation,’ said Ravenscroft’s money laundering reporting officer Guy Hardill.
‘We now have 5,000 clients and billions of pounds of assets under management and this, together with the constant changing AML requirements, meant we needed a more efficient approach to monitoring. We wanted to identify a solution which would meet our exacting technical requirements, now and into the future, and to find a company that shared the same customer service values as us.’
Forty local teenagers will receive an extra Christmas present after Ravenscroft made a donation to Children and Family Community Services.
Each year, youngsters living in low income households receive gifts from a number of local initiatives but teenagers are often outside of the age limits.
Ravenscroft has appointed two communication specialists.
Juliet Bousfield and Katrina Bray have joined the stockbroking and investment management company as marketing & PR executives.
‘As Ravenscroft grows its offering with the addition of new products and services and expands into other jurisdictions, it’s vital that we have a clear marketing and communications strategy to ensure that our clients and prospective clients understand who and what Ravenscroft is and what we stand for,’ said group chief executive officer Jon Ravenscroft.
Ravenscroft has appointed a group company secretary, an assistant company secretary and a money laundering reporting officer.
The stockbroking and investment management company has made a number of key appointments to its support services team in recent months with Jade Cook joining as group company secretary, Guy Hardill as MLRO and Laura Colley as assistant company secretary The appointments follow significant company growth and expansion into the UK market.
An initiative which aims to development football volunteers and coaches of the future has already encouraged more youngsters to give time back to the sport.
The FA Junior Football Leaders Award is part of the Ravenscroft-sponsored Football for Everyone programme to develop and expand youth football in Guernsey. The award shows youngsters what else other than physically playing happens in football to encourage more people to get involved.
Ravenscroft is delighted to announce that we have acquired BullionRock. The precious metals business was set up in 2012 by Robin Newbould whose name will be familiar to some clients as he helped establish Ravenscroft more than a decade ago. In recent years BullionRock has diversified its product portfolio to include BullionRock Invest, which offers dealing in, and storage of, precious metals in a…
Ravenscroft co-founder Andrew Stewart steps down from board Ravenscroft co-founder Andrew Stewart has stepped down from the board to concentrate on his other business interests. Mr Stewart, who stepped down as chairman in June, will remain a shareholder and continue to work on a consultancy basis for the stockbroking and investment management company. His decision to step down from the board…
Ravenscroft has appointed a new head of compliance with more than three decades of experience in the finance sector.
Tracy Spence will lead Ravenscroft’s compliance team as the business continues to focus on growth and expansion. Her role also encompasses being compliance officer for Ravenscroft Investment Management Limited and the deputy money laundering reporting officer (MLRO) for Guernsey regulated entities.
Guernsey triathletes Andrea Nightingale and Joshua Thornton and pro cyclist James McLaughlin will line up alongside some of the world’s best at this weekend’s Super League Triathlon. The two day competition will see 50 of the world’s greatest triathletes, including 25 Olympians, take part. They will be joined by corporate teams and as one of the event sponsors, Ravenscroft has entered two…
A missing marshal cost Andrea Nightingale critical minutes in a world championship cycling race – but the Guernsey woman was still the second Brit over the line. The triathlete was competing in the 22.5km (13.98m) individual time trial event at the Age Group World Cycling Championships in Albi, France, when disaster struck. ‘I felt strong and half-way through the race, I had already caught…