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Crestbridge opens New York office

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - Crestbridge, a leading independent fiduciary, administration, accounting and professional services provider, has opened its sixth office, in New York.

The representative office, which complements Crestbridge's existing network of offices in London, Luxembourg, Bahrain, the Cayman Islands and Jersey, will provide access to its international team of experts for its North American institutional and family office clients.

The new office, based on 49th Street, New York, will be a representative office initially focused on connecting existing clients and intermediaries with Group offices.

Commenting on the new office, Graeme McArthur, Chief Executive of the Crestbridge Group said: "This is a significant achievement in delivering our strategy to widen access to our services, as well as supporting inward investment into North America and access into Europe for our US clients.

"In our 20th anniversary year, it is pleasing to see our continued growth with the exciting addition of a new office. With nearly 300 employees and an increasing international footprint that gives us a presence in both of the top global financial centres, New York and London, we look forward to supporting our global institutional and family office client base and helping facilitate their continued success."

The office will be headed by Director Adam Zivitofsky, who has over 25 years of experience in growing businesses and building long-term relationships within the financial services industry. Prior to joining Crestbridge as a consultant in 2017, Adam worked most recently in Business Development at SS&C and in derivatives and structured credit sales at various banks, such as Societe Generale and Rabobank.

Adam commented: "I'm delighted to be part of these exciting growth plans for Crestbridge. The New York office gives us better access to our client base, and their intermediaries, in one of the world's largest financial centres."

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