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Head of Funds appointed at Suntera

Head of Funds appointed at Suntera

Thursday 22 July 2021

Head of Funds appointed at Suntera


Suntera Global has appointed a new Head of Funds to help grow the business in Jersey.

Working closely with funds heads in other jurisdictions, Ryan Taylor will be focused on maximising Suntera Global’s multi-jurisdictional offering through Jersey to meet fund manager and investor needs.

His appointment comes shortly after Suntera Global was granted a licence by the Jersey Financial Services Commission to provide fund administration services in Jersey, enabling it to support private equity, real estate, venture capital and other alternative fund managers with a full range of administration services.

Before joining Suntera Global, he was a Director of Fund Services in Jersey for the ZEDRA Group.

Paul Mundy, Managing Director of the Funds Division at Suntera Global, commented: “I’m delighted to welcome Ryan to our growing funds team. His experience and expertise will be critical as we look to achieve our ambition to grow our Jersey funds proposition significantly over the coming months, complementing our existing funds capabilities in the Cayman Islands, Bahamas and Isle of Man."

Mr Taylor added: “Our aim Is to deliver an institutional grade service to fund managers whilst retaining a boutique personal service and Jersey, which continues to lead the way as an alternative funds centre, provides us with a fantastic platform to do that.  I’m excited by the vision of the team at Suntera Global as we remain focused on building out our funds business further over the coming months by supporting managers in particular across the private equity, venture capital and infrastructure asset classes and in the emerging ESG and impacting space.”

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