This week in episode #9 of the Front Line Podcast, we talk to Clive Parrish. Clive spent 30 years working for HSBC and spent time in various roles around the UK, which eventually brought him to work in the Isle of Man in 2001. A few years later, Clive left HSBC and set up his own business to become a Consultant and he is now also a Non-Exec Director on a few company boards.
We are seeking a Company and Trust Administrator to manage a portfolio of clients and provide a ﬁrst class administration service. The successful candidate should be able to work on their own initiative with minimal supervision. Be pro-active in the ofﬁce environment and show willingness to learn and train others as appropriate.
As it is “Mental Health Awareness Week”, in episode #8 of our Front Line Podcast we chat with Jonathan Edgeley of Sanctrum Healthcare who provide health and wellbeing services.
This week on the Front Line Podcast, we chat to Ross Nicholls from IR Global. Ross, who has worked at IR Global since 2010, is the company’s Business Development Director.
Peregrine Corporate Services Limited (“Peregrine”) is excited to announce the business has re-branded. Established in 1986, Peregrine has been operating in the Isle of Man for almost 35 years as a corporate and trust service provider.
In episode #6 of The Front Line Podcast, we are joined by Founder and Director of Dot Performance, Andy Orton. We learn about where Andy, from an early age, got his passion for business and how he came to set up his own company some years later.
In a mini episode of the Front Line Podcast we chat to Basil Bielich, Chairman of the Manx Solidarity Fund and Director at Browne Craine & Co. The Manx Solidarity Fund is a newly formed charity aimed at assisting those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In episode #5 of The Front Line Podcast, we chat to Bill Mummery. Bill is an Executive Director of Celton Manx, a director at Manx Utilities and Chairman of Manx Radio. Bill has a wealth of experience including television broadcasting infrastructure, operating gambling companies and serves on a number of company boards.
We'd like to share with you, if you haven't already seen it, our new venture which we are very excited about. We have recently launched our very own podcast called "Front Line" which aims to speak to business people around the World
As companies expand their operations into different jurisdictions, they will need to open up a local bank account, but how difficult is it? Nick Kelly talks about what it's like setting up a bank account in the Isle of Man.