Noel Fessey, Efa CEO, recruits to bolster private assets services
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Cédric Jauquet has been appointed head of private assets services, a newly created team aiming to increase EFA’s (European Fund Administration) private markets capacity.
Jauquet was formerly head of private equity and real estate administration at Credit Suisse fund services in Luxembourg. From Credit Suisse, Jauquet is joined by two colleagues in the move to EFA: Fabrice Fellinger has been made head of private asset investor services and Tomasz Szubrtowski has been appointed head of private asset accounting services.
According to EFA CEO Noel Fessey: “Together they will form EFA's new private asset services team. We are committed to investing in people and technology in this growth area…across the entire spectrum of private asset types, in fund and non-fund vehicles, and in regulated and non-regulated formats, in Luxembourg and in other domiciles.”