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EPE Administration launches Guernsey fund services business

EPE Administration launches Guernsey fund services business

Monday 21 September 2020

EPE Administration launches Guernsey fund services business

Monday 21 September 2020


EPIC Private Equity (EPE) Administration has acquired Louvre Fund Services to provide its clients with Guernsey-based in-house fund administration services.

The move makes EPE, a privately owned business, a full-service, vertically integrated fund provider offering the full range of management, advisory, placement, financial and administration functions to multi-jurisdictional open and closed ended funds and promoters.

The local management team consists of Jason Le Roux as Managing Director, David Dorey as Head of Alternative Funds and Haley Camp as Governance, Risk and Compliance Director.

All are well-known within the industry and have a wealth of experience and expertise across a broad range of fund structures and strategies.

“Guernsey’s reputation as a specialist funds centre is firmly established," said Hiren Patel, Managing Partner of EPE.

"We have long wanted to grow our foothold in the jurisdiction and have found a business and team worthy of significant investment to complement our existing global capabilities and global team in offering a more comprehensive service while retaining our flexible, client-focussed approach. 

“This launch shows that we’re fully invested in and committed to Guernsey."

Mr Le Roux, Managing Director of EPEA Fund Services, Guernsey, said: “This is a pivotal move for our highly skilled team that allows us to go forward and broaden our service offering and be part of an organisation that adds immense value to investors, managers and promotors. We are very much looking forward to the future as part of the EPE Group.”

Pictured top: Haley Camp, Jason Le Roux and David Dorey.

 

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