Trident Trust Luxembourg Taps Fund Services Director

Jun 26 2014 | 11:41am ET

Trident Trust Luxembourg has named Richard van 't Hof as director of fund services.

Van 't Hof has enjoyed a 20-year career in finance, corporate services and fund administration—including 12 years with Citco Group—in management positions in the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles and Luxembourg. His professional experience includes holding positions on the boards of various unregulated and regulated fund vehicles.

He joins George Bryan-Orr, Trident general manager; Bertrand Party, director, legal and corporate; Chantal Behr, senior manager, tax and accounting department; and Teresa Conde Muñoz, manager, legal and corporate.

“Trident Trust has always focused on identifying and developing high caliber professionals who will ensure our clients receive a top quality, reliable, responsive and personal service. The arrival of Richard will be areal asset to our clients,” said Bryan-Orr in a statement.

Trident Trust was established 35 years ago and counts banks, brokerage firms, law and accounting firms and high-net-worth individuals among its clients. The firm provides a range of services range—from traditional corporate domicile representation to the administration of complex trust and fund structures—from 34 offices in 24 jurisdictions.


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