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Dave van Duynhoven, JP Integra

JP Integra passes USD6bn AUA


Hedge fund and private equity administrator, JP Fund Administration (Cayman) Ltd, has grown its Assets Under Administration (AUA) to more than USD5 billion, bringing the JP Integra group total AUA to more than USD6 billion. 

Dave van Duynhoven (pictured), head of fund services at JP Integra, says: "2017 was a year of investment in systems and processes to enable us to handle the growing demand for our Cayman based administration services. We passed USD6 billion AUA for the first time and we are excited by prospects in 2018, especially in private equity and investment funds for Family Offices and HNWIs. As part of our commitment to the most robust systems and processes, we are pleased to announce that we have now obtained the SOC 1 accreditation, which is an independent audit to confirm that the processes and systems we have in place meet the highest international standards.” 

JP Fund Administration is part of JP Integra, a Cayman specialist in trust, private equity and fund solutions for international private, institutional and sovereign clients. JP Integra was established in Switzerland and Cayman in 2007 and has evolved into a full-service administrator, trustee and corporate management professional services firm. The principal operating companies of JP Integra (which are each licensed by CIMA) are: JP Fund Administration (Cayman), Ltd; JP Integra Trust Company (Cayman) Limited; and JP Management Services Limited.

 
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