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Alter Domus opens office in Düsseldorf, Germany

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Alter Domus, a provider of fund and corporate services to international private equity and infrastructure houses, real estate firms, multinationals, private clients and private debt managers, has opened an office in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Chief executive Laurent Vanderweyen says: “Expanding our international presence into this important European nation’s financial sector is an exciting development as Alter Domus continually strives to provide its clients with high quality services with an ever-increasing international reach.
“In Germany we have entered into a co-operation with Domus Legal Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (Domus Legal), a law firm collaborating with bepartners, Düsseldorf, an independent firm of lawyers and tax advisors with a wide range of clients from the investment management industry including banks, insurance and investment companies.”
Leading the team at Alter Domus Deutschland GmbH will be Jörg Stuckart who will take on the role of country executive Germany. He brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in the banking and financial services industry, having worked over the last 16 years in these sectors in both Luxembourg and Frankfurt. With his move to Düsseldorf he will take charge of developing Alter Domus’ business development in Germany, a key strategic location in growing the firm’s international client base.
Stuckart says: “I am very excited to be part of the Alter Domus group and I am looking forward to growing the business and developing our presence in the region. In co-operation with Domus Legal we will be able to offer clients in Germany a comprehensive range of corporate services including accounting, financial reporting, management reporting, tax compliance and other related corporate services including company set-up, domiciliation, directorship mandates, corporate and legal compliance, administration and a 24/7 client web portal.” 

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