Sarnia Yachts Guernsey has appointed Sue Guilliard as Group Head of Operations and Claire Lawrence as Client Relationship Manager.
Caroline Zammit has joined Sarnia Yachts Malta as Finance Manager.
Sarnia Yachts, one of Europe’s longest-standing fiduciaries in the marine sector, has boosted its team to keep pace with the growth of business and the success of its Malta office after one year of trading.
In her new role, Sue is responsible for group operations, corporate governance and risk framework.
Based in Guernsey, Sue brings over 30 years of experience in financial services including12 years’ experience at board level working with ultra-high-net-worth individuals. She is a member of the Institute of Directors and also holds an Institute of Directors Diploma in Company Direction and a STEP diploma.
As Client Relationship Manager, Claire Lawrence is responsible for a global portfolio of yachting clients.
Drawing on 18 years’ experience working with high net worth individuals, Claire manages the needs of clients, their captains, intermediaries and crew.
Based in Sarnia’s Malta office, Caroline Zammit strengthens Sarnia’s accounting and VAT services.
Caroline is an ACCA graduate and has over 15 years’ experience. Her role includes completing statutory financial statements, monthly management accounts, income and expense reporting and handling corporate tax and VAT affairs for clients’ maritime or international trading companies.
Alasdair Milroy, Managing Director of Sarnia Yachts (Guernsey) and Group CEO commented: ‘Yacht ownership is a specialist asset class, requiring expertise in corporate services, yacht accounting and administration solutions as well as MLC-compliant crew employment and payroll services.
‘The demand for these specialist services continues to grow and we are very pleased to be adding to our capabilities and strengthening our teams in Malta and Guernsey.’