Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Bahamas-based Sterling Global Financial, an integrated banking and financial services provider with more than $9 billion in assets under management, has announced the launch of its new website sterlinggloballtd.com.
The design features a corporate section focused on information and news about the company’s services, as well as background on the firm’s board of directors, including chairman and CEO David Kosoy, founder of The Sterling Companies, a value-add shopping centre investment and redevelopment company in the US and properties in Canada and The Bahamas.
The site also profiles president and COO Stephen Tiller, former president of BMO Nesbitt Burns Real Estate Inc in Canada; and Mike Harris (pictured), the former Premier of Ontario.
In addition, the site features a client portal where investors can manage banking, documents and fiduciary services securely online from any device.
“The new website reflects the high ethical standards and client-centric services inherent to Sterling Global,” Kosoy said.
“We constantly strive to create a comfort level for our investors, marrying the best of convenience with the highest level of security. As the world of financial services looks to the future, there will be more client-facing portals that enable presentation of information and financial strategies, including any potential risk, in a clear and relatable way online. Sterling is proud to be at the forefront of this type of information sharing and practical application for our clients who can now manage their financial affairs with greater ease. It’s this kind of service that has helped us grow from a relatively small office overseeing a few significant investments at a time to a full-fledged banking and financial services provider with a staff of nearly 40 professionals.”
Along with its trust services based in Cayman, Sterling serves more than 1,500 clients.
According to the firm’s President Stephen Tiller, utilizing technology to augment expansion is particularly critical when it comes to attracting the next generation of investors.
“While many baby boomers prefer face-to-face collaboration, younger investors are accustomed to electronic, fast-paced engagement styles making it more important than ever for banking and financial services firms to offer clients sophisticated investment services,” he said. “Given that the world we live in is more automated and electronic than ever, the demand for fast, online access and services is especially important for NextGen investors. We believe the new Sterling Global website delivers on that expectation.”