Opus Fund Services Ranked Best for Client Service
Opus Fund Services is proud to announce its recognition by Global Custodian as ‘Best Hedge Fund Administrator for Client Service’.
The award was announced at a ceremony held at Gotham Hall in New York, on November 13, in recognition of Global Custodian’s 25th anniversary. The company honored 25 institutions that have demonstrated excellence and consistency across their annual surveys conducted over recent years.
Collecting the award, Opus President Stephen Giannone said “We would like to thank Global Custodian for this award, which reflects our commitment to our core goals of providing best technology, process, and price to our fast expanding client base.
In the 2014 survey, Global Custodian reported:
“Opus performance in Technology and Administration Services is unquestionably impressive….. It’s easy to understand one client’s comment that Opus has ‘One of the best technology and reporting systems in the industry.’”
Giannone continued “This award is testimony to the day-to-day hard work by our service teams, and our continued culture focusing on excellence.”
About the Global Custodian Survey
2014 was the tenth annual survey of hedge fund administrators by Global Custodian, the leading magazine covering the international securities services business. Hedge fund administrators in the survey were rated by a sample group of their clients on scores of questions divided into multiple service areas.
About Opus Fund Services:
Opus Fund Services was established in 2006 and is a leading independent and privately owned full service fund administration company providing automated, integrated middle and back office administration services to hedge funds and asset management firms. Opus Fund Services has offices in Bermuda, Chicago, Naperville, New York, Portland OR, and San Francisco.
Opus Fund Services (Bermuda) Ltd. is licensed by the Bermuda Monetary Authority under the Investment Funds Act 2006. For further information see www.opusfundservices.com; or contact one of our offices.