The management of GIFA’s affairs has been delegated to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee consists of at least seven members inclusive of the elected Chairman and Vice Chairman. Members are nominated for election at the annual AGM. The Executive Committee meets on the 2nd Monday of every month. The current members of the Executive Committee are shown below.

  • Haley Camp

    GIFA Chair

    Haley is an independent funds expert with over 20 years’ experience in international financial services across fund administration and compliance and management consulting. Most recently, Haley worked with a third party administrator over a 7-year period, first as a consultant and latterly as its managing director. Prior to that, she operated her own consultancy business.

    Haley has worked across multiple areas of fund administration, client relationship, client solutions, new business and risk, compliance and governance. As GIFA Chair, Haley also represents the association as a Council Member of the Guernsey International Business Association, the representative body of the financial services industry in Guernsey.

    Haley works with private equity, fund of funds and listed vehicles, amongst other investment structures. Haley has been responsible for implementing AIFMD depositary, investment management, FATCA/CRS and GDPR services and is a former chair of GIFA’s Technical & Compliance Subcommittee . Haley holds a number of directorships on both management and investment companies. Haley qualified as a barrister (non-practising) and holds the Institute of Directors Certificate in Company Direction.

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  • Mark Le Page

    GIFA Vice Chair

    Mark leads Kroll Guernsey’s Financial Services Compliance and Regulation team, where he has been involved in supporting cryptoasset, private banking and investment clients.

    Prior to joining Kroll, Mark led the Guernsey regulatory team at another organization for over three years where he was a subject matter expert for blockchain, the firm’s response to the European Commission on the digital euro consultation and the construction of the firm’s machine learning tool for European financial services regulation. In this role, he provided anti-money laundering remediation support to clients as well as skilled persons reviews for the regulator.

    Prior to that, Mark was Deputy Director at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission where he was responsible for consolidating and creating the investment product strategy and project managing investment rules, including open- and closed-ended funds, private investment funds, rules for stock exchanges and market code of conduct.

    Mark is Chair of ACCA’s Global Business Law technical forum and a member of ACCA’s Global Business Ethics technical forum, having previously sat on the Global Corporate Reporting forum.

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  • Annette Alexander

    GIFA Secretary

    Annette was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2004 (currently non-practising). She was called as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Guernsey in August 2008. She became a partner at Carey Olsen in 2016.

    Annette advises on a broad range of corporate matters with a particular emphasis on the establishment, regulation and operation of investment funds, regulatory compliance, capital markets and banking and finance.

    Annette advises on the formation of all types of alternative investment funds, including private equity funds, listed funds, hedge funds and property funds as well as banking and finance transactions as well as many of the largest fund promoters and financial institutions both locally and internationally.

    Annette was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia in 1997. Prior to joining Carey Olsen in 2001, Annette worked for Clayton Utz in Australia.


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  • Christopher Jehan

    Committee Member

    Christopher has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years over half of which he has spent in project management alongside banking operations, fund & investment operations, financial regulation, client services, life platform administration, operational due diligence and investment oversight.

    Christopher has served GIFA in various capacities and has previously been Chair and Vice Chair of the Association and Chair of GIFA’s Technical Sub-Committee. Christopher has served on Guernsey’s working groups for both AIFMD and MiFID II as well as GIFA’s Open-Ended Working Group.

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  • Henry Freeman

    Committee Member

    Henry is a full-time Non-Executive Director, sitting on a number of commercial fund and investment company boards as well as Guernsey’s sovereign wealth funds - the States Investment Board. During his executive career in fund management, investment banking and fintech, he has run private equity, multi-asset and ESG funds and portfolios; advised London-listed companies and funds on strategy, structuring and capital raising; built businesses and advised UK government on fintech, sitting on parliamentary policy groups and Downing Street roundtables.

    Henry grew up in Guernsey and started his career locally, returning in 2019 and has been involved with GIFA ever since. Prior to election to the Executive Committee, Henry served on the Custody Committee and as Chair the Managers’ Committee.

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  • James Tracey

    Committee Member

    With over 20 years’ experience, James has extensive knowledge of investment and wealth management structures across a wide variety of asset classes.

    ​James has held numerous directorship positions for management and investment companies and board positions for operating companies in the Channel Islands and the UK, and joined Oak in 2022 as Managing Director, Leading and supporting the Guernsey fund administration team.

    James is a longstanding member of the administrators subcommittee and is actively involved in GIFA’s activities.

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  • Jason Liddy

    Committee Member

    Jason Liddy is an Executive Director and Head of Alternative Operations at HSBC Management (Guernsey) Limited.

    Jason is a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW) and Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (FCSI) with seventeen years’ offshore experience specialising in funds and investments.

    Prior to election to the Executive Committee, as Chairman of the GIFA Education Committee Jason organised and ran many successful GIFA Academy events and was also involved in promoting the Finance Industry in our Secondary Schools and Colleges.

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  • Kate Storey

    Committee Member

    Kate Storey joined Walkers' Guernsey office in 2018, where she is a partner in the Investment Funds and Corporate Group. Kate specialises in investment fund structuring and finance, equity fundraising and listings, mergers and acquisitions and group reorganisations. She is also a prominent Guernsey insurance expert, having advised on the Guernsey legal aspects for most of the pension scheme longevity swaps which have executed in Guernsey, as well as major insurance linked securities transactions.

    Kate is ranked as a “Leading Individual” for Insurance by Legal 500 (and is also recognised for her work in Investment Funds) and is ranked by Chambers & Partners. Kate has specialist expertise in the establishment, listing and regulation of investment funds and the licensing and regulation of fund managers, financial services providers, SPVs and insurance vehicles under all of Guernsey’s financial regulatory laws.

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  • Linda Ogier

    GIFA Treasurer

    Linda has over 25 years’ experience in the finance industry in Guernsey and started her fund administration career at Guernsey International Fund Managers where she was head of a fund valuation team until her move to Butterfield Fund Services (Guernsey) Limited as Head of Operations and Director on several fund management boards.

    Linda spent two years working in custody services at Butterfield Bank (Guernsey) Limited before joining J.P. Morgan.

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