Crestbridge Hires Jager, Promotes Nicolai In Corporate Services Push

Oct 10 2017 | 6:09pm ET

Global fund services and administration specialist Crestbridge has strengthened its senior executive team in Luxembourg with the addition of former Aztec executive Anke Jager and the promotion of Ludivine Nicolai to director. 

Jager comes aboard with a particular remit to lead and develop the company’s corporate services division in Luxembourg, Crestbridge said in a statement. This division works with global financial institutions, funds, fund managers, corporates and banks on a wide range of corporate, administration and company secretarial services.

Jager brings more than 12 years of experience in Luxembourg’s financial services arena to her new position, and has extensive knowledge of the multi-jurisdictional company secretarial and corporate governance segments of the industry. Prior to joining Crestbridge, she worked at Aztec, a large corporate and fund administrator in Luxembourg where she was a member of the board and played a pivotal role in building its fund and corporate administration business in the jurisdiction.

A specialist in private equity, venture capital and fund of fund structures, Jager has also looked after the administration and corporate elements of a number of European infrastructure, real estate and debt structures, Crestbridge said.

Crestbridge’s Corporate Services teams support blue chip institutions with a broad range of complex transactions, including private placements, initial and other public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, reorganisations, joint ventures, domiciliation services and holding and disposal of assets, the company added. The multi-jurisdictional teams comprise lawyers, chartered accountants and chartered secretaries. 

Founded in 1998 and based in Jersey, Crestbridge is a provider of administration and management services to institutions and corporate clients, fund managers and family offices. The firm has more than $115 billion of assets under administration across multiple structures serviced from offices in Bahrain, Cayman, Jersey, London and Luxembourg.

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