11th Jun 2024
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New Partner Hire: Ashley Paxton Joins Cork Gully Guernsey Office

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Ashley as the newest Partner in our Guernsey office.

Ashley is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and a resident of Guernsey. With an impressive 23-year career at KPMG, Ashley has extensive experience in both London and the Channel Islands. In the last decade of his tenure, he focused on developing a dedicated Channel Islands advisory practice.

Ashley’s expertise spans across transactional and valuation support on both the buy and sell sides, particularly within the finance sector. His innovative insights and solutions have been instrumental in maximising value for clients, especially in challenging situations. Additionally, Ashley has considerable experience in liquidations, offering a strategic approach to complex financial scenarios.

Hadley Chilton, our Guernsey Partner, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Ashley to our team. His deep understanding of the finance sector and proven track record in advisory services will be invaluable as we continue to grow and strengthen our presence in Guernsey.”

Ashley added, “I am excited to join the team and leverage my experience to deliver exceptional value to our clients. Guernsey’s dynamic financial landscape provides a unique opportunity to enhance our advisory services and build lasting relationships within the community.”

We are confident that Ashley’s addition will significantly strengthen our advisory capabilities and service offerings. His current roles, including Chairman of TwentyFour Monthly Income Fund Limited and Audit Committee Chairman of Downing Renewables & Infrastructure Trust plc, highlight his extensive experience and commitment to excellence.

Our firm remains dedicated to providing exceptional advisory services, and Ashley’s expertise will play a crucial role in achieving our goals. We look forward to the positive impact he will bring to our clients and the Guernsey office.