Monday 25 September 2017

Aztec Group shortlisted for ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ for a record breaking seventh time!

Tuesday 12 September 2017

Aztec Group shortlisted for ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ for a record breaking seventh time!
Aztec Group is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted for ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ at the 2017 British Private Equity Awards for the seventh year running.

A highlight in the British private equity calendar, the awards are designed to celebrate innovation and excellence in the industry, recognising commercial professionalism, innovative expertise and contribution to building British businesses.

Reacting to the news, Alan Ross, Group Head of Private Equity, commented:

“To be named as a finalist for ‘Fund Administrator of the Year’ at the British Private Equity Awards is a great endorsement but to be shortlisted for the seventh consecutive year is truly remarkable. The whole team is absolute delighted to be recognised by the judges as a leading provider for nearly a decade!”

Alan continued: “Since winning the award last year, we have had another great 12 months. Our reputation for service excellence within the private equity community has seen us attract some significant new clients, including Softbank. We’re immensely proud of our people and the commitment and dedication they show to our clients on a daily basis.”

The judging panel, made up of some of the leading industry experts, have shortlisted five fund services providers who they believe have set the standard for excellence in client service over the last year. Voting opens to the wider industry today and will close on Thursday, 14 September. The final result will be determined by combining the public and judges' votes, with the weighting split equally between the two. The winners will be announced on Tuesday, 3 October at the Awards ceremony in London.

Aztec Group is one of the world’s largest independent providers of fund, corporate and depository services with over 650 employees operating across six strategic jurisdictions.