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MaplesFS expands in London to strengthen global capabilities

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

MaplesFS, through its subsidiary Maples Fiduciary, has opened a London office to continue its global growth and expansion over the last year. The London office will allow the Maples group to address market demand and capitalize on opportunities in one of the foremost international financial centers while strengthening its relationship with clients globally.

"With most of the top financial institutions to whom the Maples group provides services having a substantial presence in the region, the opening of a Maples Fiduciary office in London is a natural fit and enables us to further assist existing and prospective clients," said Peter Huber, MaplesFS' global head of Fiduciary. "Given the specialist nature of structured finance and investment fund services, establishing the London office further bolsters our efforts and makes us well positioned to continue meeting the complex and multi-jurisdictional needs of our clients."

The opening of Maples Fiduciary in London is a complement to the Maples group’s already significant presence in the region and will serve to provide further on the ground resources for clients. Maples Fiduciary in London will focus on providing corporate and fiduciary services to UK companies, limited liability partnerships and structured finance vehicles as well as providing UK facilities agent services to Irish and Luxembourg UCITS and providing process agent ser......................

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