Alter Domus has opened an office in London, UK, headed by Anna Coutts Donald. Alter Domus, headquartered in Luxembourg, already has offices in Belgium, the People’s Republic of China, Cyprus, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jersey, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Mauritius, Singapore, and New York.
Dominique Robyns, chief executive officer (CEO) of Alter Domus, said: “We are committed to providing exceptional professional administration services on the global stage, and to that end we continue to place our professionals where our clients need them most.”
Coutts Donald will lead Alter Domus’ efforts to enhance and expand the firm’s current relationships with key UK and international clients. She will also be responsible for new business development in the UK. Previously, Coutts Donald was an associate director in KPMG’s investment management practice in London. While at KPMG she was part of the team that established the alternative investments group. She was previously a member of the firm’s transactions and restructuring division, focusing on infrastructure asset opportunities in Europe. Coutts Donald is also a Council member of the Institute of Accountants of Scotland (ICAS).
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