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Alter Domus hires new global head of sales

Thursday, November 21, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update - Alter Domus, a global service provider of Fund and Corporate Services, dedicated to private equity houses, real estate firms, multinationals and private clients, announces the appointment of Patrick McCullagh as Global Head of Sales.

In this new role, Patrick will lead a dedicated Sales Team, working with new clients across Alter Domus’ network of 28 offices and desks.

As Alter Domus enters its eleventh year, this new appointment is in line with the firm’s strategy to further expand its business globally, supporting the company through its next phase of development and in achieving its strategic growth ambitions. Alter Domus clients include 11 of the World’s top 20 Private Equity houses and 12 of the World’s top 30 Real Estate investment management firms.

Patrick comments that “Alter Domus has the unique capability of providing services which support the full needs of private equity and real estate investment structures, including funds, holding companies and asset entities. The firm’s team of over 600 specialists is recognised for industry leading qualities of expertise, efficiency and client service, which enable us to deliver direct benefits to our clients’ profitability, efficiency, flexibility, risk and reputation. I am excited to be part of Alter Domus and impressed by its track record and client base.”

Alan Dundon, Chief Marketing Officer said “Patrick will be responsible for leading and supporting the Sales Team globally and his significant sales and client relationship management experience working with private equity and real estate funds will benefit the firm, our clients and business partners, as we continue to grow internationally.”

Patrick most recently spent six years at JP Morgan, where his roles included Executive Director, Head of Business Development for EMEA private equity and real estate fund services.

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