If you’re struggling to adapt working from home, you’re certainly not alone. Like most of us, you’ll be used to getting up on a morning and heading into work – enjoying the human interaction with your work colleagues whether that be grabbing a quick chat by the coffee machine, bumping into each other in the car park or catching up before you delve into your team meeting. Here are a few tips to help you keep your focus during the Coronavirus outbreak - we hope they help!
I joined the board of Peregrine Corporate Services Limited (“Peregrine”) in August and I’m responsible for day to day operations of the company, managing key client relationships and developing new business opportunities. In my previous two roles I have worked my way through the ranks which has given me the opportunity to learn from the ground up. I’m a firm believer you need to have an understanding of the company’s processes from the ground up to enable you to provide a direction for the business and the team.
Peregrine Corporate Services Limited (“Peregrine”), DQ Advocates (“DQ”) and The International Stock Exchange (“TISE”) are working together on promoting the Isle of Man in the North West (of England), alongside the Department for Enterprise (“DfE”). On Tuesday 20th November, they will be heading to Manchester to present to members of Downtown in Business about business on the Island.
I have been with Peregrine for nearly 14 years and have been a director for 10 years. I moved to the Island as a trainee accountant in 2004 having previously worked in various locations around the UK. After graduating from University, I tried a few different roles, working in public utilities as a business customer relationship manager in Leeds, in the settlements department of the Bank of New York in Liverpool and for a credit card company in Chester.
In November of this year those involved in the offshore and cross-border industry initially reacted with resigned acceptance to the latest leak of stolen data from an offshore law firm. The 13.4 million documents, dubbed the “Paradise Papers”, held information on various structures used by some of the world’s wealthiest individuals and organisations to keep their finances private.
In today’s world technology is moving faster than ever. Social media has proven to be a great method in reaching out to potential clients, but how do you maximise your level of service to existing customers?
Peregrine Corporate Services Limited ("Peregrine") director Basil Bielich is heading to Quebec City to attend The TAG Alliances Autumn International Conference, taking place between 18th and 20th October 2017.
Peregrine Corporate Services Limited (“Peregrine”) director Stuart Foster is heading to Berlin for IR Global’s Annual Conference this month. Taking place between 10th and 13th September, the conference aims to bring like-minded members together to discuss a variety of topics that affect a wide range of industries, attracting over 240 delegates.
Peregrine director Basil Bielich will be heading to Paris to attend the TAG Alliance annual spring conference in May. Taking place between the 3rd and 5th of the month, the conference is expected to attract more than 200 delegates from around the world.