Intertrust’s Luxembourg office has welcomed Christine Jacquemart as commercial director of fund services and Harald Thul as director of alternative investments services.
Jacquemart, who joins from Pictet & Cie (Europe), will focus on developing the company’s fund services covering fund administration and depositary for both regulated and unregulated Luxembourg alternative investment funds.
Thul joined Intertrust in 2013 after 14 years at PwC and will now be responsible for the coordination and development of the alternative investment structures (regulated and unregulated real estate and private equity structures).
James Donnan has been appointed as head of fund services for Intertrust’s Hong Kong office.
Donnan will oversee the delivery of services to the firm’s alternative fund clients and will be responsible for leading the group’s private equity strategy across Asia. He was previously Intertrust’s commercial director, Greater China.
Michael Johnson has been named as head of funds in the Channel Islands where he will be responsible for developing the funds strategy.
Finally, Joost Broekhuis has accepted a role as executive director of capital markets and funds services, based in Intertrust’s Amsterdam headquarters. Broekhuis will focus on risk management across the broader client portfolio in the Netherlands.
Paul Lawrence, global head of funds services at Intertrust, said: “These appointments reflect our commitment to strengthening our fund services proposition. We pride ourselves on the level of expertise we have within our team, and the high quality funds services we can provide to clients. Congratulations to all of our recent appointments.”