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Emily Davy, Prescient

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Prescient Fund Services appoints head of legal & compliance

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Prescient Fund Services (Ireland) Limited, an independent provider of Management Company, UCITS and AIFMD Platform and Fund Administration services, has appointed Emily Davy as Head of Legal and Compliance in Dublin.



The appointment follows a period of strong growth in new business and continued demand by UK and global asset managers for Prescient’s utsourcing solutions for Irish and other EU regulated traditional and alternative investment funds.


 
Davy joins from Walkers Global where she was an Of Counsel in the Investment Funds Group. She previously spent a number of years in the Investment Funds Department at Matheson, another Irish law firm where she trained and qualified. Educated at University College Cork and Université Robert Schumann Strasbourg, and a member of the Law Society of Ireland, Davy brings with her a wealth of experience and strong technical skills in legal and regulatory matters.


 
“I am excited to be joining such a dynamic company and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of Prescient,” says Davy.
 
Rob Childs, Head of International at Prescient Fund Services, adds: “We are pleased to welcome Emily to the senior team where she will be pivotal in supporting our growing client base and ensuring that our business has the best legal and compliance framework in place to underpin our future growth.”


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