Claire Le Brocq joins Ocorian's Executive Committee12 Sep 2017
Claire Le Brocq has been promoted to Managing Director of Alternative Investments (Jersey) and appointed to Ocorian’s Executive Committee with immediate effect to support the company's ongoing and ambitious international growth plans.
Operating from Ocorian’s Jersey office, Claire has over 20 years’ experience working in the finance and investment industry including over ten years of practice within private equity. She is a specialist in Shari’ah Real Estate Structures and works with asset managers, across Europe and the Middle East, to manage the implementation and administration of bespoke fund structures for the GCC and Islamic investor market.
Claire has played a key role in developing Ocorian’s approach to regulatory governance, leading the development of specific policies and a practical procedural framework to ensure and demonstrate effective compliance. In addition, she holds a MSC in Corporate Governance and sits as a member on multiple regulated General Partner Boards of PE Funds.
Claire’s internal promotion reflects Ocorian’s commitment to growing and developing expertise and talent from within. In total, Ocorian has made 39 promotions across its eight international locations from the beginning of this financial year (1 September). Other key promotions include:
- Helen Hendy - Executive Director (Private Client)
- Prapa Pearce - Executive Director (Private Client)
- Claire Drummond - Executive Director (Corporate Services)
- Lauren Salkeld - Client Director (Alternative Investments)
- Rob Moore - Client Director (Alternative Investments)
- Christian Guy - Client Director (Alternative Investments)
Commenting on all new promotions Nick Cawley, CEO of Ocorian, said: "As the growth of Ocorian accelerates, we pride ourselves on having the best people in the industry who are able to develop, step-up, and contribute to the continued growth of our business. These promotions are a testament to the hard work, commitment and above all, the talent across Ocorian."