As your operations grow in scale and success, you can easily find yourself suddenly far from the action. Instead of putting all your attention into doing what you do best – spotting and winning new opportunities – your energy now pours inwards, tinkering with the pipework that powers the ship, rather than remaining fixed on new horizons. That can be a very perplexing, frustrating, interminable experience. ​

​Why not hand that work over to an administrator with the expertise to sail through it? At Vistra, we offer a comprehensive range of administration services. ​

Securities and assets. Our experienced team of capital market experts are skilled in administration of securitisation, collateral and CLOs, loans, P2P platforms and employee stock ownership plans. We also offer industry-leading expertise in property management, hedge fund middle office, investor services and marine and aviation administration.​

Agency and trustee services. We can act as an issuing, calculation or paying agent, become REIT or Note & Security trustees, or run your investor services. The work here can be deeply technical. Giving it to a third party lightens your workload and saves you wading into potentially complex matters. And it can make sense from a corporate governance perspective too. ​​

Our capital markets experts are spread around the world. We use that global web of expertise to offer you solutions that aren't just seamless, but are endlessly customisable.    ​

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