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Jersey's private equity excellence recognised at European awards

Jersey's private equity excellence recognised at European awards

Thursday 14 April 2022

Jersey's private equity excellence recognised at European awards

Thursday 14 April 2022

The quality of Jersey firms has been recognised at this year’s Private Equity Wire European Awards.

Highvern, Ocorian and Ogier were all winners at a ceremony held recently in London recognising excellence among private equity fund managers and services providers across Europe.

Highvern won the award for ‘Best Fund Administrators (General Partners with assets of less than $30 billion)’ in the first year that the specialist fund services provider has been shortlisted at the awards.

Aidan O’Flanagan, Head of Funds, said: “Receiving this award is very special to the Highvern team. A massive thank you to everyone involved at Highvern and to all our clients and intermediaries for the positive support.”

Ocorian won ‘Best Fund Administrator – Private Debt’ at the awards. 

The global diversified financial services group’s Head of Global Funds, Garrett Breen, said: “We are delighted to win this award; our Global Funds team have really focussed on getting our technology and people strategies right, and this is great recognition of all of our efforts.”

Law firm Ogier was named ‘Best Law Firm – Fund Domicile’.

Partner Richard Daggett, from the firm’s European Private Equity team, said: “We are delighted to receive this recognition from Private Equity Wire. 

"This award is a testament to the dedication and expertise of our Private Equity team, which continues to grow, innovate and offer outstanding client service.”

The winners of the awards were chosen via an online poll of Private Equity Wire’s readers. This year, more than 20,000 votes were cast in total.

Pictured top: Ocorian's Aidan O'Flanagan, Highvern receiving its award, and Ogier's Richard Daggett.

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