February 26, 2024 Happy 25-year anniversary Oak Group!

Oak Group celebrated a huge milestone last Thursday, and will be extending the celebrations in Jersey, Isle of Man, and Mauritius over the coming months.

Happy 25-year anniversary Oak Group!

Oak Group was incorporated on this day, 25 years ago in 1999 by our Chairman Mark Chasey, named Oak Trust after the street Mark lived on in South Africa.

Last Thursday, we held a very special event to celebrate this milestone with our industry partners in Guernsey, at Octopus Restaurant. It was a fantastic evening to reflect and celebrate our achievements with our intermediary partners and clients, while also looking forward to the future of Oak. We’re excited to continue the celebrations with our industry partners in Jersey, Isle of Man and Mauritius in the months to come.

The Oak team are very saddened to hear about what happened at Octopus and send our best wishes to Delphine and Mike. Thank you to Delphine, Mike and the entire Octopus team for the memories we were able to create on Thursday as well as over the years with our families and friends. We will certainly be there again when you are back.

About Oak Group

Oak Group is headquartered in Guernsey offering innovative private client, corporate and fund administration services tailored to their clients’ needs. The Group dates back to 1999, with Oak Trust founded by Mark Chasey and being named after the street he lived on in South Africa.

Oak Trust merged with Consortia Partnership in Jersey, Kreston in Isle of Man and IAG in Guernsey to form what is now Oak Group. Oak also has an office in Mauritius, formulating the four locations they are currently based in.

Oak Group has fostered lasting relationships through long-term value and high standards of service and now administer over £19bn in assets under administration. With 200 employees, Oak are a people-first business encompassing a family ethos, putting people at the centre of what they do and creating a culture where employees can thrive and continually grow.

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