SANNE reaffirms commitment to training 3 March 2016

Sanne, the specialist provider of outsourced corporate, fund and private client administration, reporting and fiduciary services, has reaffirmed its commitment to training as it launches its 2016 professional graduate training programme, which is expected to see its biggest intake to date.

Sanne, which has been running the scheme since 2004 is searching for graduates and A-Level students from Jersey to join its rigorous three-year, fully-support development and training scheme.

The programme, which is available to graduates in each of the nine jurisdictions in which Sanne has offices, ensures each recruit accepted on the programme receives dedicated training in multiple disciplines while undertaking professional qualifications through ACCA, ICSA and ICAEW. Sanne is the only professional administration business to offer qualifications in ACCA, ICSA and ICAEW as part of a structured professional training programme. Last year 30 graduates were accepted into the programme, an increase from 25 in 2014 and 20 in 2013. At present, the firm has 60 trainees undertaking qualifications.

Dean Godwin, chief executive officer at Sanne, said: ‘We are committed to delivering the highest standards of service to our clients and we do this by employing the most talented, well trained and qualified teams.  Since launching our professional training programme in 2004 we have seen an increase in the number of graduates who have joined the programme year–on-year.

Nikki Collier-Webb, assistant manager, human resources at Sanne who manages the professional programme, added:  ‘We are extremely proud of the graduate scheme at Sanne as it provides trainees with hands-on experience  working in our divisional businesses, whilst also studying for a relevant industry recognised professional qualification.  This thorough approach to training allows us to work with each individual graduate to ensure they receive all the support and encouragement needed in order to gain the most out of the programme and build their professional career with Sanne.’

Anyone wishing to apply for the scheme should contact Nikki Collier-Webb.