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Alter Domus acquires Carta Fund Services

Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - Alter Domus, a leading provider of Fund and Corporate Services, dedicated to international private equity & infrastructure houses, real estate firms, private debt managers, multinationals, capital markets issuers and private clients announced it has signed an agreement to acquire CARTA Fund Services in the US. CARTA specialises in providing Private Equity focused, client driven, customisable reporting and administrative solutions for both general partner sponsors and institutional and sophisticated investors. The firm was founded in 2013 by Michael Trinkaus as a spinoff of a Private Equity company and today counts a team of 28 experienced private equity trained professionals.

Laurent Vanderweyen, Chief Executive Officer of Alter Domus said, "We are delighted to welcome the CARTA team to Alter Domus as the first step in our long-term strategy to develop the U.S. market as one of our key locations in offering vertically integrated services to our international client base. CARTA has an impressive track record of growth, a strong management team, and a differentiated approach to client service that will serve as the platform for our worldwide clients and prospects. The combined services offerings will provide seamless access to Alter Domus' global reach of offices and service lines for all of their U.S. and international needs."

Michael Trinkaus, Chief Executive Officer of CARTA Fund Services added, "Becoming part of the Alter Domus Group gives us the ideal platform to further accelerate our success in building a strong Private Equity administration practice. We share the same strategic vision as Alter Domus to become a leading, high quality service provider in our industry and by combining our service offerings, we believe we significantly strengthen our ability to serve the evolving needs of our existing and future clients in the U.S."

Alter Domus is a leading provider of Fund and Corporate Services, dedicated to international private equity & infrastructure houses, real estate firms, private debt managers, multinationals, capital markets issuers and private clients. Founded in Luxembourg in 2003, Alter Domus has continually expanded its global service offer and today counts 31 offices and desks across five continents. This international network enables clients to benefit globally from the expertise of more than 1,000 experienced professionals active in fund administration, corporate secretarial, accounting, consolidation, tax and legal compliance, depositary services and debt administration services. The firm has over 125bn USD under administration.

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