Ocorian, a specialist provider of alternative fund services, wins at The Drawdown Awards 2023
Ocorian, a specialist provider of alternative fund services and leader in entity administration, corporate and fiduciary services, won an award in the category 'Fund Administration: $50-500bn (total assets under administration)' at The Drawdown Awards 2023 that took place on 7 June at the Hilton London Bankside. The Drawdown Awards recognise and celebrate excellence in private fund operations.
The Drawdown Awards are hosted by The Drawdown, a leading provider of vital news, analysis, and data for professionals in private equity and venture capital.
The awards act as a catalyst to drive up service standards and operations in the industry
The awards are rigorously judged by a panel of industry experts, based on their views, and are made up of COOs, CFOs, CCOs, GCs, and CTOs. The judging panel ensures that the awards are held to the highest standard, remain respected and strive for them to act as a catalyst to drive up service standards and operations in the industry.
The category that Ocorian won rewards fund administrators that delivered across the board through business and client growth, innovation and client servicing
The Fund Administration: $50-500bn (total assets under administration) category that Ocorian won, aims at rewarding fund administrators that successfully delivered across the board through business and client growth, innovation and client servicing in 2022.
Co-Head of Global Funds, Yegor Lanovenko commented: “This win is a testament to Ocorian’s relentless focus on building an operating model that delivers global high touch, technology-first service based on partnerships, local expertise and scalable solutions.”
Co-Head of Global Funds, Ben Hill added: “Our approach is clearly resonating in the market and with our clients, we are proud to have our work recognised and we are excited for the opportunities that lie ahead.”
About Ocorian Fund Services
Ocorian’s fund services team delivers operational excellence across fund administration, AIFM, depositary and accounting services to the world’s largest financial institutions along with dynamic start-up fund managers and boutique houses. Its team of over 300 funds specialists work across all major asset classes of alternative investment funds such as private equity, real estate, infrastructure, debt and venture capital, whilst its specialist Islamic Finance team is a leading provider of Sharia-compliant investment structures.
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