Jersey Business appoints two new Board Members
Jersey Business has appointed Kristina Le Feuvre and Jonathan Day as Non-Executive Directors of its Board.
Jonathan Day is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of experience in providing financial and business advice to Jersey businesses and individuals. He is the founder of a Jersey accountancy practice which specialises in supporting local start-up and fast growth businesses in the Fintech space.
Kristina Le Feuvre has been self-employed since leaving the finance industry where she spent ten years in senior management roles. Running the finances for one of the largest farms in Jersey laid the foundations for Kristina and her husband to establish aMaizin! Adventure Park in 2001. Kristina is also the current President of Jersey Chamber of Commerce
Jersey Business is an independent body set up by the States of Jersey to provide support and advisory services for new and established businesses. These appointments follow the departure from the Board, as part of the normal board rotation process, of James Filleul and Matthew Robins.
Wendy Lambert, Chair of Jersey Business said, “We are delighted that Kristina and Jon have agreed to join our Board as Non-Executive Directors. As Jersey Business grows it is providing advice and support to a much broader range of established companies across all industry sectors and reflecting this experience at Board level is very important. Whilst Kristina and Jon will bring new perspectives I would like to acknowledge the considerable contribution that James and Matthew have made in establishing Jersey Business and building its strong reputation in the business community.”
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