People Moves

Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – BCB Group, Saffery Trust (Cayman)

Editorial Staff 8 February 2023


The latest moves and appointments for the wealth management sector in the UK, rest of Europe, Middle East and select international locations.

BCB Group
BCB Group, a Switzerland-based provider of business accounts and trading services for the digital asset economy, has appointed two new executives to join its leadership team. They are Jean-Jacques Le Bon as chief strategy officer and Ian Moore as chief banking officer.

Le Bon joins from the B-part consulting group, which he co-founded 12 years ago and turned into a fintech consultancy firm. He led teams responsible for building greenfield-regulated banks, electronic money, payment, and crypto-licensed institutions in Europe, Switzerland, and Africa. Prior to working at B-part, Le Bon worked as a retail banker for BPCE. There he held various roles; as chief of staff, he was responsible for strategy, and as a project leader, he oversaw the merger and the necessary IT migration project between three regional banks, which created Paris’ largest regional bank.

Moore brings more than 20 years' experience from tier 1 global banks and has spent time working at a fintech. His background is in cash, foreign exchange and liquidity management. He has spent time at Citi, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank and lastly Paysafe Group.  

Saffery Trust
Saffery Trust (Cayman) has appointed Natasha Bunting as associate director, corporate and yachts, in Cayman.

Bunting joins from a Cayman Company Management office and has more than two decades of experience in corporate management services. She specialises in providing domiciliary services for offshore companies and registration and management services for ships, yachts and aircrafts.

In this role, Bunting will be based in the firm’s Cayman office, working with Saffery Trust’s global network of specialist advisors, providing bespoke solutions for clients, including private individuals and corporate entities, holding luxury and non-standard assets.

Bunting also serves as director of the Women's International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA Cayman Islands), a global organisation connecting female executives and decision-makers across all sectors of the maritime industry.

Her appointment follows the recent completion of Saffery Trust’s acquisition of Holdun Trust (Cayman) in January, which now operates as Saffery Trust (Cayman) Limited, providing comprehensive trustee and corporate services for high net worth international private clients. 

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