Appleby Appoint Tim Faries & Gareth Russell

July 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Tim Faries Bermuda July 2020Appleby Global Services [AGS] announced that Tim Faries has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and Gareth Russell has taken the role of COO.

A spokesperson said, “Appleby Global Services [AGS] a global fiduciary services provider which was launched by offshore law firm Appleby in 2019, continues to go from strength to strength with the announcement of its new leadership team.

“Tim Faries has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer. Tim, who is Managing Partner in Appleby’s Bermuda office and heads up their Insurance practice, will lead the AGS board of directors, whilst also focusing on product innovation and strengthening the foundational elements of AGS’ vision, mission, and values. Tim will also be continuing with his existing responsibilities at Appleby.

“Tim is joined by Gareth Russell, who has taken the role of COO. Gareth is responsible for leading worldwide sales, field marketing and management of AGS’ business operations.”

Commenting on his new role, Tim Faries [pictured] commented: “This is a really exciting time to be joining the AGS business, which has grown significantly during its first year of operation. We understand the importance of becoming an efficient and resilient market leading provider of corporate, fund, and trust services and with the help of our dedicated and highly experienced team, I am looking forward to leading the business on this journey.”

“AGS provides a range of administration, reporting, and fiduciary services primarily focused on corporate structures. AGS use their understanding of local regulatory environments and their global connections to deliver sector specialist services. The dedicated team of experienced professionals work closely with Appleby’s legal specialists to provide clients with an integrated legal and corporate administration offering,” a spokesperson said.

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