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Whitmill named Fund Administrators of the Year

Whitmill named Fund Administrators of the Year

Thursday 07 December 2017

Whitmill named Fund Administrators of the Year

Whitmill has been named Fund Administrators of the Year in the Corporate LiveWire Global Awards 2017 for the second year in a row.

The 2017 Global Awards showcase the achievements of companies and individuals in the finance sector over the last twelve months, with all nominations assessed by an expert panel of judges.

Jake Powers, Director of the 2017 Global Awards Guide, commented: “The Corporate LiveWire winners have proven to be of high calibre, showing a strong motivation to achieve fantastic results within their sector.”

Trina Channing, Head of Funds and Corporate at Whitmill said: "Our Fund Administration team has had an exceptionally busy year and we have handled a variety of transactions ranging in size and complexity.  We are particularly pleased to have been named As Fund Administrators of the Year for the second time running, demonstrating that as a boutique provider of fund administration services, we can compete in a global arena."

Don Wijsmuller, Founder and Managing Director of Whitmill added, “We are delighted to have been recognised not only for our knowledge and expertise but also for our personalised approach, something upon which we place huge importance."


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