In this week’s episode (episode #2, series 3) of the Front Line Podcast, we speak to Melanie Goodman. We chat to Melanie about studying economics and her transition into law that eventually took her to Switzerland (and into cake making!), before starting work at a Panama law firm.
And we’re back with another series! Today we’re very excited to launch the third series of the Front Line Podcast and in this series we continue to chat to lots of fantastic guests so don’t forget to tune in every week.
Peregrine was delighted to have been invited to sit on the panel of the PCD Club’s Pensions and Estate Planning webinar which took place on Wednesday 11th November via Zoom.
Peregrine is delighted to have been invited to sit on the panel of the PCD Club’s Pensions and Estate Planning webinar which will take place over Zoom on Wednesday 11th November.
The Isle of Man is one of the best places to live in the World (I’m Manx so of course I’m biased!), however, it has now proved itself to be one of the greatest places to be in the World during the COVID-19 Global Pandemic.
As the second series of the Front Line Podcast, a business podcast hosted by Peregrine Corporate Services (“Peregrine”), draws to a close, podcast host, Martin Hall, reflects back on how the idea of having the company’s very own podcast flourished.
In episode #12 (series 2) of the Front Line Podcast we chat to Sharon Sutton who is Managing Director of Thornton Associates, a company of financial planners.
In episode #11 (series 2) of the Front Line Podcast we chat with Kurt Baker from ESV Group, a business advice and accounting firm based in Australia.
In episode #10 (series 2) of the Front Line Podcast we are joined by fellow IR Global member Damien Malone from Malone & Co in Ireland.
We are extremely proud to have been a part of the Manx Solidarity Fund since day one, having been approached by Paul Hotchkiss to see if we would be interested in becoming trustees of the charity. The objectives of the charity is to help those in the Isle of Man Community who have been directly affected by Covid-19 and a full board of trustees from across various sectors within the community was pulled together to ensure that the charity could run fully operational and react quickly to the impact that Covid-19 was having, and still continues to have, on our community.