Strategic Zug move for ZEDRA
January 15, 2019

ZEDRA, the independent global specialist in trust, corporate and fund services, has announced the opening of its third Swiss office, in Zug, to support its other Swiss businesses based in Zurich and Geneva.

ZEDRA says it is expected that the three offices will work closely together, with company registration, accounting and legal services all eventually available from the new location.

Managing Director for Switzerland, Stuart McLuckie, described the move as an important strategic step.

Vadim Neumann, Managing Director of ZEDRA's Zurich operations added: "Since opening our Geneva and Zurich bases we have seen a rapid growth in new business, much of which requires specialist support. This new office will increase our ability to offer clients an end to end Swiss corporate services product, all from within the ZEDRA network, something which we know our global client base requires."

At the end of last year, ZEDRA  announced that Corsair Capital LLC, a private equity firm focussed on the financial services industry, had made a majority investment in ZEDRA, a move that was expected to support and encourage new growth opportunities. The deal is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to complete in 2019.





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ZEDRA, the independent global specialist in trust, corporate and fund services, has announced the opening of its third Swiss office, in Zug, to support its other Swiss businesses based in Zurich and Geneva.

ZEDRA says it is expected that the three offices will work closely together, with company registration, accounting and legal services all eventually available from the new location.

Managing Director for Switzerland, Stuart McLuckie, described the move as an important strategic step.

Vadim Neumann, Managing Director of ZEDRA's Zurich operations added: "Since opening our Geneva and Zurich bases we have seen a rapid growth in new business, much of which requires specialist support. This new office will increase our ability to offer clients an end to end Swiss corporate services product, all from within the ZEDRA network, something which we know our global client base requires."

At the end of last year, ZEDRA  announced that Corsair Capital LLC, a private equity firm focussed on the financial services industry, had made a majority investment in ZEDRA, a move that was expected to support and encourage new growth opportunities. The deal is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to complete in 2019.



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