Fairway Group to join Oak's multi-jurisdictional business in merger

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Louise Bracken-Smith, CEO of Fairway Group and Stuart Platt-Ransom, CEO of Oak Group.
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Louise Bracken-Smith, CEO of Fairway Group and Stuart Platt-Ransom, CEO of Oak Group.

Fairway Group, the Jersey-based fiduciary business, is planning to merge with recently-founded Oak Group, "to create a consolidated business which can continue to evolve across a global network." Oak group was founded in March this year and has offices in Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxembourg, Malta and Mauritius with more than 200 employees. Oak specialises in private client, coporate services and fund administration and is headquartered in Guernsey. Fairway Group has over 100 ...

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