Trinity Fund Administration Opens New York Office

Jan 26 2012 | 8:05am ET

Trinity Fund Administration, servicing an estimated $2.1 billion in hedge fund assets, has opened an office in New York.

The new office will be “primarily a local contact point enabling the firm to better facilitate its North American clients and business partners,” the boutique hedge fund solutions company said in a statement.

Trinity also has offices in Cayman, Dublin and Cyprus and provides services to firms domiciled in Ireland, Cyprus, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Bermuda, BVI, Malta and the Channel Islands.

Said John McCann, managing director of the Trinity Group: “North America is a key market for us, and we are absolutely delighted to be opening up a New York office which will further support our existing clients in the region, as well as bring in new prospective investment managers to our global business. We have no doubt that the opening of this office is a significant step in respect to Trinity’s presence within North America and its continued growth prospects.”


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