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Total Entity Management

Let us deal with the statutory, regulatory and contractual compliance while you get on with the business.

Private equity investment structures can be complicated, or large, or both – with many layers of ownership. The most efficient way of structuring and running these investment structures will depend on the asset or operation being owned, and the jurisdictions to which they apply. Figuring this out and making these work well is how we add value.

Our team and their extended network is made up of highly qualified accounting, legal and tax professionals all over the world. We keep track of any statutory, regulatory, and legislative change and proactively advise on how to implement and stay compliant. And we’re not just advisors – we’re doers. Our specialised team makes sure you have full control of your structures. We take care of the compliance (such as anti-money laundering checks, AIFMD and FATCA), board meetings and resolutions, financial statements and a wide range of investor needs.

In addition, our secure technology platform provides your managers with complete control and visibility over your statutory compliance activities for any international operation.

Through our extensive global network, we offer high-quality tailored services built on extensive local knowledge – freeing you to get on with the business.

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