Luxembourg
17 October 2013
Reporter: Georgina Lavers

Funds Partnership shifts recruitment focus to Luxembourg


Funds Partnership’s EMEA director Rana Hein-Hartmann has relocated to Luxembourg from London.

Funds Partnership is a specialised recruitment boutique for the funds industry.

The move comes after several years of consistent growth in business from The Grand Duchy with Hein-Hartmann travelling between the two offices regularly, assisting a range of international funds and asset servicing businesses on their senior-level and large scale hiring.

Hein-Hartmann will head the Luxembourg office based in Rue Goethe, while the London office will be run by Fred Tankpinou, who has been recently promoted to associate director.

The shift in responsibilities has come after increasing demand to fill specialist roles in each location, particularly resulting from AIFMD and the growth in the private equity sector, one of the firm’s main areas of specialisation.

New hires are being made by the company in both locations.

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