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Luxembourg Investment Solutions partners with Butterfield Fulcrum

Monday, October 03, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update - Butterfield Fulcrum, a leading top five independent fund services provider, and Luxembourg Investment Solutions S.A. (LIS), a regulated (UCITS-licensed) management company, have signed a strategic cooperation agreement to provide a complete suite of management company and fund administration services in Luxembourg.

This relationship offers non-European fund initiators a quick and cost effective solution to launch Luxembourg-domiciled funds with a single point of contact for fund administration and corporate secretarial needs. With a focus on alternative investment funds and structures, this strategic partnership will help investment managers, institutional investors and family offices realize their investment ideas through a unique plug and play solution.

Butterfield Fulcrum will now offer the setup and administration of the complete range of fund structures available in Luxembourg from SIF to UCITS, leveraging the firm’s front, middle and back office systems. Through this partnership with LIS, the fund manager can swiftly set up customized regulated fund structures with full coordination between the Luxembourg financial supervisory company, CSSF, legal advisors, tax specialists, custodians and other Luxembourg-based entities. Source

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