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Intertrust strengthens funds team with new hires
09/08/2017 , News Team

Fiduciary services provider Intertrust has appointed a new head of funds in the Channel Islands, and an associate director to further develop its funds offering across the islands.

Michael Johnson joins the company as head of funds in the Channel Islands and will be responsible for developing the funds strategy across Jersey and Guernsey, with a particular focus on private equity, debt and real estate fund administration.  

He was previously head of fund services at BNP Paribas and also worked in London where he specialised in the oversight of outsourced investment mandates for Swiss Re Asset Management. 

Lucy Silvestri has joined the funds team as associate director and will be responsible for three teams and their associated portfolios, as well as taking on client directorships. She has a particular specialism in achieving operational efficiencies, with several years' experience in varying structures and products within private equity.  

Intertrust’s funds team in the Channel Islands is part of the firm’s global provision and the local team has multi-jurisdictional clients and responsibilities.

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