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Intertrust positions fund services team in the Channel Islands

Intertrust has repositioned its two specialist fund service offering in the Channel Islands with a new unified team now servicing both private equity and real estate.

Michael Johnson, Head of Funds in the Channel Islands, now oversees both Intertrust’s private equity and real estate businesses. He will lead a team of more than 150 fund service specialists across Jersey and Guernsey, making Intertrust one of the largest fund administration businesses in the islands.
Alex Di Santo, as Head of Private Equity, will continue to lead a team of 65 industry specialists and grow Intertrust’s private equity business in Jersey. Alex has more than 15 years’ experience in the sector and a comprehensive knowledge of offshore and onshore fund structuring.
Kees Jager, as Head of Funds Guernsey, will focus on growing the business in the island and strengthening the links between the Guernsey and Jersey teams. Kees has over 19 years’ experience working in fund administration.
Jane Stammers has been appointed Head of Real Estate and has more than 20 years’ experience in offshore administration, specialising in providing strong offshore management and corporate governance. She has comprehensive technical and practical expertise of real estate structures, including acquisition, financial, structuring and disposals. 
Simon Mackenzie, Managing Director at Intertrust in Jersey, says: “We recognise that fund services are a hugely competitive market in the Channel Islands and these changes will enable us to build on our position at the forefront of the industry. Greater alignment between our Jersey and Guernsey teams harnesses our collective strength and Michael’s experience in heading up this team will be vital.”
“Michael, Jane, Alex and Kees have all played an integral part in the growth of our fund services team in Channel Islands and we look forward to their leadership continuing the team’s success in 2019 and beyond.”

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