John Daughtrey

Director - Corporate & Institutional

John Daughtrey joined Ocorian as Director, Corporate and Institutional having previously held the position of Head of Employee Services Business Development at Equiniti Group plc. John was appointed to support Ocorian's strategic growth plans and service offering in Corporate Services and Employee Benefit Trusts.

John worked at Equiniti for thirty years and was responsible for client acquisition and developing Equiniti’s Global share plan strategy. John has spoken at a number of leading industry conferences as an active member of various industry bodies.

Areas of expertise
  • Corporate & Institutional


Introducing: Jersey International Savings Plans
2019 | 05 Mar 2019

The new International Savings Plan (ISP) vehicle is a welcome addition to the employee benefits market, serving multinational and international companies wishing to establish a flexible savings arrangement.

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Is your Employee Benefit Trust fit for purpose, or is it time for a review?
2018 | 06 Aug 2018

When it comes to corporate financial administration, the Employee Benefit Trust (EBT) tends to be left alone. Research happens, it gets set up, and then it is rarely reviewed for suitability yet left in place for years and years, only to be changed if somet...

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The future of employee share ownership in Ireland
2018 | 06 Jul 2018

Following Ocorian's attendance at the Irish ProShare Association's (IPSA) Employee Share Ownership Day (ESOD) and Awards evening at the Google Ireland headquarters, Elaine Kennedy stresses the importance of share ownership plans within small and medium size...

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Ocorian to attend AFSIC - Investing in Africa Conference
2018 | 25 Apr 2018

Ocorian Abax is proudly sponsoring the AFSIC Investing in Africa conference in London on 2-4 May, where three of our Directors are attending.

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Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT)
Publications | 01 May 2017

Employee Benefit Trusts ("EBT's") have been around since the mid 1980s and are an increasingly popular approach used by corporates to incentivise, attract and retain key employees. These discretionary trusts are extremely flexible and continue to be used by...

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