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Vice Chair of Funds Association joins Crestbridge

Vice Chair of Funds Association joins Crestbridge

Wednesday 30 October 2019

Vice Chair of Funds Association joins Crestbridge

Crestbridge has appointed the Vice Chair of the Jersey Funds Association as Group Head of Fund Services.

Michael Johnson joins Crestbridge from Intertrust where he was Head of Fund Services in the Channel Islands.

He will replace Michael Newton, who has taken on the newly created role of Head of Client Delivery.

In this new role, Mr Johnson will be responsible for growing Crestbridge's funds offering, and supporting managers across private equity, real estate, debt and credit funds with regulatory questions.

Graeme McArthur, Chief Executive, said he was "delighted" to welcome Mr Johnson to Crestbridge.

"His experience in building world-class teams, expertise and knowledge will be vital as we continue to focus on supporting fund managers and help them to generate returns for investors.

“With our growing global footprint and a sustained increase in demand for top tier fund, corporate and real estate services, our priority remains to build long-term relationships, rooted in exceptional quality of service. It’s an approach that goes right to the heart of Crestbridge and Michael Newton will be drawing on his considerable experience to ensure clients receive the best possible service.”

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