19th October 2016
Centaur Fund Services today announced the launch of its Enhanced Private Equity Fund Services offering.
The newly launched service focuses on providing services to funds specializing in private equity, real estate, venture capital and fund of private equity strategies. Centaur provides its clients the high level of transparency and responsiveness necessary for them to operate in an increasingly complex environment.
The announcement comes in response to a dramatic rise in the number of private equity firms outsourcing the administration of their operations. This trend is driven by many factors, such as an increased regulatory environment, more complex structures and market pressure on firms to deliver better reporting.
Centaur’s private equity team customizes its service to meet the needs of each client, considering the legal structure, investment strategy and specific reporting requirements. Centaur provides its private equity fund clients with specialist accounting and investor services, customized reporting, regulatory and compliance services and day-to-day administration of the fund.
Commenting on the launch, Eric Bertrand, Founding Partner of Centaur Fund Services, says “Our Enhanced Private Equity Service was developed in response to a growing need being expressed by many private equity firms for an experienced service provider that is 100% reliable 100% of the time. Our track record, combined with our focus on accountability, makes us an ideal partner for the Private Equity market. We have seen a huge growth in our private equity fund business over the last year and we provide services to private equity funds based in multiple jurisdictions from our offices in the North American and European time zones”.
He continues, “Our administration services have been tailored for private equity funds: Our dedicated private equity technology platform offers specialized reporting and our experienced team is heavily involved throughout every step of the administration process, enabling private equity firms to focus on generating returns rather than on regulatory and administration headaches.”