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Highvern receives Irish TCSP authorisation

by Krystal Scanlon 12 April 2022

Highvern has received its trust and company service providers (TCSP) authorisation in Ireland.

The authorisation enables the business to provide corporate administration services to section 110 and SPV structures across private equity, debt, capital markets, real estate, infrastructure, aviation and other alternative asset classes in the jurisdiction.

“We have already had a significant amount of interest in our services, so we are pleased to receive this authorisation to begin providing the full suite of corporate administration services here in Ireland,” commented Philip Dempsey, country head Ireland at Highvern. “This is a great opportunity to build upon what we already offer at Highvern, and to further cement our reputation for service delivery excellence, focusing on forging long-term client relationships. Highvern understands the market opportunities and appetite to establish structures in Ireland and aims to grow in line with this. We expect the team to be extremely busy for the foreseeable future.”

News of the authorisation comes a few months after Highvern officially launched its Irish business via the opening of its Dublin office in January.

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