ACSP welcomes new sponsor and launches 2014 seminar programme

| January 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
ACSP chairman Mark Denton welcomes Tom Maher, MD of Dougherty Quinn, new sponsor of the ACSP’s seminar programme. Picture Andrew Barton

As a new year begins the Association of Corporate Service Providers has secured a new sponsor for its seminar programme and is launching its 2014 series of lunchtime presentations with an FSC update session.

Dougherty Quinn, one of the Island’s leading law firms, has entered into an agreement with the ACSP which will see it sponsoring its first session on Friday February 7th, an FSC update when the commission’s Paul de Weerd will provide an update covering the new rule book and latest trust guidelines.

ACSP chairman Mark Denton said: ‘These are changing times for the CSP industry and the ASCP is changing with them. It is against this background that I am pleased to welcome our new sponsor Dougherty Quinn and acknowledge the long-standing support of our previous sponsor, Barclays.

‘Managing director Tom Maher and his team at Dougherty Quinn share our vision for the ACSP to be recognised as one of the Island’s leading trade bodies, committed to serving as the challenging voice of the Island’s CSP industry and delivering a consistently high quality CPD programme. I and my fellow board members look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership.’

Tom Maher commented: ‘DQ is delighted to have been selected as the new ACSP seminar sponsor. The ACSP performs a superb role in educating and supporting its members and flying the flag for Isle of Man plc. DQ acts as principal legal adviser to many of the Island’s fiduciaries advising on corporate, trust, regulatory and contentious matters. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with the ACSP and its member firms.’

The session on February 7th, a repeat of the fully subscribed February 3rd event, will be at the Upper Hall, Loch Promenade Church, Douglas. Registration is at 12noon for a 12.30pm prompt start. Subject to the number of questions and contributions from the audience the session is expected to finish around 1.30pm.

For bookings contact Antonia King,

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