The Fort Group can boast a long and loyal serving team. Supported by the current Board of Directors and Management, our staff offer an impressive blend of professional qualifications and a wealth of knowledge within the finance industry.
WHY FORT GROUP?
Being privately owned by Bailiwick residents we have the unique advantage of being able to offer clients total confidentiality within the laws of the Bailiwick. We are not affiliated to any banks, lawyers or accountants and because of this independence we are able to work with the broadest spectrum of professionals in order to meet the needs and requirements of our clients.
PERSONAL AND BESPOKE SERVICE
Our strength lies in our ability to provide a personal, cost effective and flexible service and we do not intend to become a large rigid organisation where personal service is lost. Another strength of ours is the quality of our staff; the Fort Group has a strong and reliable management team along with experienced and qualified administrators, who work alongside each other to offer clients the best possible service.
OUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK
Many of our private and corporate clients receive sophisticated financial and taxation advice from their own lawyers, accountants, stockbrokers and bank managers. The Fort Group acts as a fulcrum in the network of advisers, working with all professional advisers to develop a co-ordinated, planned and controlled solution to the client’s needs.
The range of services we offer is exceptionally broad, and our success is based on maintaining a flexible and personal relationship with each one of our clients. Learn more about our services by clicking the links at the top of the page.
REGULATION AND LICENSING
The Fort Group conducts its business in a prudent manner. We ensure that our client acceptance criteria and internal due diligence complies with the recommendations and standards established in a premier offshore location such as Guernsey.
Guernsey is considered to be a leading international finance centre in the world today. Situated approximately 20 miles from France and 90 miles from the coast of Southern England the island forms part of the British Isles. Guernsey is a self-governing dependency of the British Crown and does not form part of the United Kingdom. By constitutional convention established over the millennium the Island has complete autonomy in all matters of government, including taxation.