Alter Domus, an independent provider of outsourced administration services to multinationals and alternative investment funds, has opened an office in Singapore.
Alter Domus wants to become a key player in the Asian administration space and views Singapore as a component of its growth strategy. A presence in Singapore market will allow Alter Domus to best serve its clients’ needs and to respond promptly to their requests.
Dominique Robyns, chief executive officer (CEO) of Alter Domus Group, said: “Opening an office in Singapore underscores our commitment to provide comprehensive support to our clients across Asia.” Alter Domus Singapore will provide a full range of corporate management and fund administration services.
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