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Family office founder joins fledgling private office

Family office founder joins fledgling private office

A new Jersey-based private office has made a key double hire a week after opening for business

Among the hires for JTC Private Office is Rebecca Bettany (pictured), who moves from Pall Mall Family Office, which she co-founded. In her new capacity she will oversee the day-to-day running of the business as a senior director. 

Bettany has spent most of her career in London, working with ultra-high net worth families and clients, previously holding the roles of director at Clariden Leu and relationship manager at Lombard Odier.

Bettany said: ‘Being given the mandate to establish JTC Private Office was a fantastic opportunity that I couldn’t let pass.’

Meanwhile, Karen O’Hanlon joins as a private client-focused senior director after a recent spell as managing director of First Names’ Singapore business.

O'Hanlon has international experience working with multi-jurisdictional, multi-generational ultra-high net worth families and individuals.

‘JTC has a strong reputation for client service and I’ve watched from afar as this has helped it grow into what it is today,' she said.

JTC Private Office is based in Mayfair and is designed to meet the demands of a 'new generation' of family wealth. 

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