London
15 May 2017
Reporter: Drew Nicol

Trident Trust selects Linedata for reporting


Linedata has secured Trident Trust as a user of its transfer agency and reporting solutions.

Trident Trust is utilising Linedata Mshare and Linedata Reporting initially in Guernsey, Malta and Luxembourg as part of an ongoing programme to further enhance its fund administration offering.

According to Linedata, the solutions will enhance Trident Trust’s ability to operate across multiple jurisdictions and a range of diverse asset classes.

The platform offers partnership accounting capabilities for hedge funds and private equity together with a profit and loss allocations module accommodating complex master-feeder structures.

Ciaran Whooley, head of client services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Linedata Fund Services, said: “We have collaborated with Trident Trust to implement a sophisticated, flexible transfer agency and reporting solution that reflects its growing geographical footprint and varied product mix.”

“Meeting the needs of our clients is our core ethos at Linedata and our industry-experienced team is well placed to assist Trident Trust as it embarks on its next phase of growth towards becoming the pre-eminent independent service provider to the fund management industry.”

Thalius Hecksher, global director of fund services at Trident Trust, added: “Continued investment in technology is fundamental to supporting the long-term growth of our business, enabling us to meet the evolving needs of our global client base and ensuring we continue to deliver consistently excellent client service. We’re delighted to be working with the team at Linedata to roll out Mshare to help us better serve our clients.”

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