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10th Nov 2017

Funds service provider JTC has for the second year in a row received a ‘Special Commendation’ in the ‘European Specialist Administrator of the Year’ category at the Funds Europe Awards.

The Awards, now in their thirteenth year, took place on 2 November at a special ceremony at the Tower of London hosted by Funds Europe publisher Alan Chalmers.

Aimed at recognising personal and company achievements and contributions within the European funds community, the Awards span front, middle and back office capabilities and are judged by an independent panel of judges. In commending JTC Fund Services in this category, the judges acknowledged its service excellence, strong performance, and innovative approach to fund administration across traditional and alternative asset classes.

The recognition follows a series of funds industry successes for JTC in the past twelve months. Earlier this year, JTC Fund Services was shortlisted for ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ in the Unquote British Private Equity Awards 2017, shortlisted for ‘Best Fund Service Provider’ in the Investment Week Fund Services Awards 2017 and again, for the second year in a row, made the shortlist in the ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ category at the Private Equity Awards 2017 hosted by Real Deals.

Group CEO and Chairman, Nigel Le Quesne commented:

“This commendation for JTC Fund Services comes in a truly transformation year for the business that has seen us expand our footprint into new geographical markets, extend our reach into innovative areas such as the cryptocurrency space, and invest significantly in technology. This sustained recognition reflects our commitment to client service and the depth of expertise we have across our jurisdictions, and is particularly pleasing given that it comes in our 30th anniversary year.”

JTC now has over 600 people in 19 locations and over US$85 billion in assets under administration.