Awards / 12 December 2014

Crestbridge receives double commendation at funds awards

double commendation at funds awards

As well as receiving a ‘Special Commendation’ in the ‘European Specialist Administrator of the Year’ category at the Funds Europe Awards on 27th November in London, Crestbridge was also ‘Highly Commended’ in the ‘Channel Islands Fund Administrator of the Year’ category at the Custody Risk Europe Awards in early November.

The firm was also shortlisted for the Custody Risk ‘European Real Estate Fund Administrator of the Year’ award.

The Funds Europe Awards, which are marking their tenth anniversary this year, celebrate achievements in the European funds landscape and feature leading firms and individuals in the funds field across Europe, whilst the Custody Risk Europe Awards feature a range of international and regional custody, administration and service provider firms. The winners and those commended at both awards are selected by strong and influential independent judging panels.

This recognition marks the end of a successful year for Crestbridge, which recently reported significant growth in its funds business with a 700% increase in the value of funds it administers over the past 12 months. Also contributing to this success is a number of key business wins for the firm, including:

Commenting on the awards recognition, Graeme McArthur, CEO, Crestbridge, said:

“Being recognised twice in the month in these prestigious awards is a fabulous result for Crestbridge and places us alongside some of Europe's largest and most highly respected specialist fund servicing institutions. The commendations demonstrate how well we have developed over the last few years and is testament to the hard work and dedication of our people.”

Crestbridge offers a range of fund, real estate, corporate, capital markets and family office services. The firm has a 16 year pedigree in financial services administering assets across multi-jurisdictional structures and supporting a broad range of blue chip corporate and institutional clients.