Moore Stephens Isle of Man, leading providers of multi-sector accountancy, consultancy and financial services as well as services to Superyacht owners, advisors and crew announces that Bransom Bean has been appointed by the International Superyacht Society’s (“ISS”) Executive Committee as its treasurer.
Bransom joins the new ISS president, Ken Hickling of Akzo Nobel and vice president, Dieter Jaenicke chairman of Viking Recruitment. The ISS Executive Committee is comprised of the officers, a board representative and the past president.
Bransom is director of Moore Stephens Crew Benefits Limited (“MSCB”) www.mscb.im. MSCB signposts Superyacht crew to a variety of products including: bank accounts, foreign exchange, medical insurance, international financial advice, mortgages, pensions and savings, and travel services.
“He is a key member of our yachting team,” said Clive Dixon, senior partner at Moore Stephens Isle of Man, “I have no doubt Bransom will continue to make a great contribution to the ISS and we look forward to helping him in any way we can.”
Bransom was appointed to the ISS board earlier this year and also serves as the chair of its Education Committee.
The ISS was founded in 1989 to represent the global Superyacht industry and to build alliances worldwide with regional associations; to serve as communications conduit for issues affecting the marketplace, owners, crew and industry members and to recognise achievement as well as provide educational opportunities and networking events.
For more information about the ISS or MSCB please contact, Bransom Bean, director of MSCB skype, bransom.bean.msiom, mobile, +44 (0) 7624 212036.