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Alter Domus appoints four directors in Luxembourg and Guernsey

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Alter Domus has appointed four new Directors. Three of the newly appointed Directors, Delphine André, Martin Larsson, and Anita Lyse are located in the firm’s Luxembourg office, while Jeremy Latham, is located in the firm’s Guernsey office.

Delphine André has been with Alter Domus for 17 years. She oversees all aspects of the lives of the companies she manages, including entity set-up, restructuring, and legal and accounting issues. André is specialised in voluntary liquidations, and is responsible for implementation of the Luxembourg Standard Chart of Accounts. A native of France, she graduated from the French business school, Sup’TG (Group ESC Reims).

Martin Larsson has a strong background in the financial services industry and more than 16 years of international experience in investment funds, investment management, private banking and asset management. Prior to joining Alter Domus in 2010, he held senior positions at Carnegie Asset Management, Sydbank (Schweiz) AG and a German insurance group. Larsson was appointed Head of Alter Domus Financial Reporting Services in 2011. He is a member of financial analysts’ associations in Switzerland (SFAA) and Denmark (DDF).

Anita Lyse, Norwegian, joined Alter Domus in 2001. Since then, she has been involved in the implementation, daily administration and management of Luxembourg structures set up by some of the world’s largest private equity and real estate funds. She also leads the development of the Nordic Market at Alter Domus. Lyse is a member of the Luxembourg Ordre des Experts Comptables, and holds a MSc in Business and Economics from the University of Toulouse. Before joining Alter Domus, Lyse worked as a market analyst at Alcatel Business Systems in Paris.

Jeremy Latham, who joined Alter Domus in 2011, assisted in the expansion of the firm’s Guernsey service offerings to include administration of unregulated companies and trusts and the provision of full corporate services. He has managed the accounting and corporate secretarial functions within a number of large Guernsey fund administrators, including IPES, Northern Trust, and State Street. Latham began his career in Guernsey’s financial services sector at Saffery Champness, where he handled high net worth private clients and corporate entities and conducted trust and fund audits and risk and independent file reviews.

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