The acquisition doubles the size of Vistra’s operations in Australia and expands its footprint across Australia’s two largest cities, Sydney, and Melbourne. This follows the announcement of the transaction on 9 September 2021.
The deal’s completion opens the door to new opportunities for both Leydin Freyer clients and colleagues. Leydin Freyer employees will join a global organisation of more than 5,000 professionals across over 45 jurisdictions, and Leydin Freyer clients can now tap into Vistra’s global network to access a wide range of corporate, finance, tax and administration services as they look to scale and expand around the world.
This transaction further solidifies Vistra’s global position as a leading corporate service provider and fund administrator. We help businesses seize opportunity through empowering legal entities globally to work smarter, grow faster, act responsibly, protect capital and scale across borders — by doing what we do best: reducing risk and enhancing efficiency.
Leydin Freyer will be rebranded under the Vistra brand.
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