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AP Executive have become a national supporter for STEP Switzerland & Liechtenstein

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

AP Executive is the executive search company for AP Group, who have been the official recruitment partners to STEP Worldwide since 2004.  In keeping with their relationship to the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners they have now also become a national supporter to STEP Switzerland & Liechtenstein.

CEO Gina Le Prevost, who is based in AP Executive's Geneva office, says 'Our commitment continues in providing the professional and discreet approach to STEP's members that they expect from experienced recruiters. We were delighted to be given the opportunity to further build our relationship with STEP by also becoming a national supporter to its members in Switzerland.'

'AP Executive's consultants are all professionally trained to provide the best service and advice regarding the trust market place in terms of job opportunities and talent for any jurisdiction that operates services in this industry.   Organisations operating in the trust and family office space are interesting industries which can provide an excellent career path and can be supported by professional STEP qualifications.  STEP practitioners have a world of opportunities particularly if they wish to work in other jurisdictions.

AP Group was established in 1990 in Guernsey and have further offices in Jersey, Cyprus, London, Geneva and Zurich and have clients in more than 50 jurisdictions. 

'With our new association with STEP Switzerland & Liechtenstein we can look forward to further developing our strong network of clients and candidates in Switzerland' she concluded.

gina@apgroupglobal.com





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