L-R: Shankar Iyer, Chief Solutions Officer; Chitra Baskar, Global Head of Transformation and Operations; Stephanie D. Miller, CEO; Deirdre Hochman, Head of USA Corporate and Administration Services; James Ferguson, Head of Americas; Credit: Intertrust

Intertrust, a global leader in expert administrative services with an office in Luxembourg, today announced the expansion of its services in the United States.

Clients with US domiciled legal entities and affiliated transactions will now be able to benefit from Intertrust’s local Funds and Capital Markets services, led by former BlackRock Director, Deirdre Hochman, and an expanded team of experts. The Funds and Capital Markets team in the US spans time-zones providing clients with extensive knowledge of local and global services.

The expansion will leverage Funds Services technology adopted through Intertrust’s recent acquisition of Viteos, as well as new proprietary software developed in-house, providing clear, user-friendly and secure access to global entity management.

This growth marks an important step in amplifying the well-established business Intertrust has across Europe, Asia and the Middle-East. Fund managers, multinational corporations, financial institutions and family offices can now benefit from various domestic administrative solutions to help set up, maintain and manage their local or international businesses. Expanded solutions include formation, domiciliation, entity maintenance, shadow administration, statutory accounting and Capital Markets expertise, including management and administration.

James Ferguson, Head of Intertrust Americas, commented: “Expanding our offering in domestic administration services is a natural progression for us. I am so pleased Deirdre is the person to take us forward as the leader in tech-enabled administrative solutions across the US. With Deirdre’s experience, drive, and vision, we have the team of experts in place to better support our clients and business partners across the globe”.

Intertrust has a presence in 30 jurisdictions, including Luxembourg, and over 65 years of experience. It has more than 17,000 clients with combined assets under administration of USD $460 billion.