Intertrust acquires Viteos
June 19, 2019

Netherlands-based fund administration specialist Intertrust has acquired US fund administration provider Viteos, in what it describes as competitive game-changer that accelerates its drive for global leadership in tech-enabled corporate and fund solutions

Established in 2003, Viteos is a top ten US fund administration provider, delivering tech-enabled, value added services to the funds industry, says Intertrust. With more than 700 highly skilled employees, Viteos has grown into an industry leader servicing $350 billion in assets, it adds.

As well as widening its range of services with its comprehensive fund solutions, Viteos's leading edge technology across artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics process automation will enable it to significantly enhance our service offering, benefiting clients in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and across corporates, funds, capital markets and private wealth, Intertrust continues.

Specifically, clients will benefit directly through:

Automated and standardised service delivery models, improving the efficiency and quality of services;

Strengthened technology foundation, leveraging the acquired company's recognized leadership and innovation in digitizing the industry;

Increased scale in the US and India;

Broader service offering, providing end-to-end middle and back office administration for hedge funds, private equity, real estate, private debt and other alternative asset managers.





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Netherlands-based fund administration specialist Intertrust has acquired US fund administration provider Viteos, in what it describes as competitive game-changer that accelerates its drive for global leadership in tech-enabled corporate and fund solutions

Established in 2003, Viteos is a top ten US fund administration provider, delivering tech-enabled, value added services to the funds industry, says Intertrust. With more than 700 highly skilled employees, Viteos has grown into an industry leader servicing $350 billion in assets, it adds.

As well as widening its range of services with its comprehensive fund solutions, Viteos's leading edge technology across artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics process automation will enable it to significantly enhance our service offering, benefiting clients in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and across corporates, funds, capital markets and private wealth, Intertrust continues.

Specifically, clients will benefit directly through:

Automated and standardised service delivery models, improving the efficiency and quality of services;

Strengthened technology foundation, leveraging the acquired company's recognized leadership and innovation in digitizing the industry;

Increased scale in the US and India;

Broader service offering, providing end-to-end middle and back office administration for hedge funds, private equity, real estate, private debt and other alternative asset managers.



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