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*Includes private client and collective investment scheme assets under management as at March 2021.
The Peregrine Wealth journey began in 2000 when Citadel Guernsey Limited was formed as the principal manager for the South Africa-based wealth manager’s Guernsey-domiciled funds. It was in the same year that Citadel launched its first Guernsey-domiciled fund, the Citadel Global Selection. Today this fund is known as the Peregrine Global Multi-Strategy Equity Fund.
Two years later, Citadel International Wealthcare Limited was incorporated as a Guernsey-based wealth manager and, in 2010, we officially opened our Guernsey office.
In 2011, we changed the name of our wealth management business to Peregrine International Wealthcare Limited.
Over the years, our assets under management in Guernsey-domiciled funds have steadily increased, reflecting the depth of our expertise and high-level service offering.
From GBP0.7 billion in 2018 and GBP1.15 billion in 2019, this figure stood at GBP1.45 billion in 2021.
In May 2020, we rebranded our business as Peregrine Wealth Limited, a name that better reflects our business and our positioning as a strategic international wealth management business for the globally connected.
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Globally, the shift away from Russian resources, in particular gas and oil, has seen many countries seeking alternatives. The United States (US) is looking towards sanctioned Venezuela for oil, while Germany contemplates the use of less environmentally friendly solutions, as the possibility of running out of Russian gas looms.
This year marks Peregrine Wealth Group’s 22nd year of operating in Guernsey. Hennie Esterhuizen, Managing Director at Peregrine Wealth Group, discusses how Guernsey’s world-class service providers and business-oriented regulator combined with a flexible choice of structures acts as a bridge for South African clients to global markets.
Yesterday, the ECB announced that it reached a decision, during its June Monetary Policy Committee meeting, to end net asset purchases under its Asset Purchasing Programme as of 1 July 2022. The Bank also intends to raise the key ECB interest rates by 25 basis points in July.
The Peregrine Wealth team recently formed a conservation work party in collaboration with the Guernsey Conservation Volunteers.
Peregrine Wealth was delighted to see La Vallette bathing pools re-open over the Easter weekend.