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Hawksford acquires Dutch financial services company

Hawksford acquires Dutch financial services company

Thursday 02 March 2023

Hawksford acquires Dutch financial services company

Thursday 02 March 2023


Global corporate, private client, and fund services provider Hawksford has recently acquired ACT Management Services, a Dutch corporate services and financial management company.

Based in the Netherlands, ACT is a privately-owned boutique firm, which provides management, domiciliation and corporate services to clients globally.

All members of the ACT team will remain in their current positions, with no change of service to clients.

Robbert Frassino, founder and majority shareholder of ACT, commented: "We are delighted and enthused with the integration of our activities by Hawksford. This acquisition represents excellent opportunities for both our customers and our team in terms of support and access to extended services in different jurisdictions."

Managing Partner Justin Verbond said: "This is a pivotal step for ACT, we are eager to provide our clients with new opportunities and access to a broader range of services through the Hawksford group.

"We will continue to provide our clients with the high standard of service they expect from us, and we are excited about our future as part of the Hawksford family."

Both Mr Frassino and Mr Verbond will continue to lead Hawksford Group's operations in Amsterdam.

Michel van Leeuwen, Group Chief Executive for Hawksford, said: "Extending our European footprint will allow us to maximise the opportunities available to our clients providing greater access and services for businesses in the region."

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