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Link Asset Services expands Luxembourg team

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Link Asset Services (LAS) has made two new appointments in Luxembourg, with Raphael Eber joining as Deputy Managing Director and Nathalie Lett as Head of Operations.

Eber joins from Ocorian SA, where he was Executive Director and authorised manager. Eber has a wealth of experience and a strong track record in both building up as well as developing the activities of a regulated Fund Administrator with a particular focus on alternative investments. He was previously Managing Director and co-founder of MAS Fund Services also spending seven years at Experta Luxembourg as Vice President Business Development. Before joining the alternative investments industry, Eber worked for more than ten years at Dexia Banque Internationale à Luxembourg in Mergers & Acquisitions as well as in portfolio management of structured products.
 
Lett was previously Head of Operations, also at Ocorian SA. In her new role, she will focus on managing and coordinating the operations of client facing teams.
  
Link Asset Services offers fund solutions and corporate services to international businesses, in both regulated and unregulated industries. The Luxembourg office is a key part of the Link Group network, which provides 70 closely aligned services to its global client base. 
 
Cornelius Bechtel, Managing Director, Link Asset Services in Luxembourg, says: “Luxembourg is a key growth market for the business and our commitment is clearly demonstrated by these appointments. Both Raphael and Nathalie will be hugely valuable additions to our Luxembourg team of 140 employees as we look to deliver on our ambitious business plan to develop and enhance our Fund Administration proposition for both current and prospective clients.”

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