28 Sep 2018
CIArb is delighted to welcome the Channel Islands Financial Ombudsmen (CIFO) to join our Corporate Membership Scheme.
CIFO are a Jersey-based membership and dispute resolution service whom specialise in unresolved financial complaints involving services provided in or from the Channel of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark.
CIArb and CIFO share the common goal of promoting dispute resolution and this is strengthened further through our partnership. CIFO also applies necessary pressure where it believes things can be improved; a concept which speaks directly to CIArb’s Research and Policy work.
Douglas Melville, Principal Ombudsmen and Chief Executive of CIFO said:
Director of Communications and Membership, Neil Newman commented:
“We are delighted to welcome Doug and his team at CIFO as the latest corporate member. CIArb is broadening and expanding relationships ensuring that we develop and market our products and services effectively to a diverse audience. We want to attract more people to the realisation that dispute avoidance and dispute management skills are important in business. And we want to help more people get into the dispute resolution profession across the world in economies where we can make a difference. As we grow, we also benefit from scale – Our growth is evidence that we are succeeding”
For further information on Corporate Membership, please contact Business Development Account Manager Nasar Qayyum at email@example.com
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