Butterfield Fulcrum merge

Butterfield Fulcrum Group was established in September 2008, created out of a merger between Fulcrum Group, a leading independent administrator backed by 3i, and Butterfield Fund Services (previously a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bermuda-based Butterfield Bank). BFG has US$90bn in assets under administration and is one of the top, independently managed global fund administrators.

BFG offers a full-service administration platform to hedge funds, fund of funds, private equity and institutional investment management clients. Strong back and middle office capabilities are supported by leading edge technology, both proprietary and third-party, including: Advent Geneva v 7; Investor Central, a fully automated share registration and transfer agent application; and Operations Central, a proprietary workflow management system.

BFG’s presence in nine countries including Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, India, Ireland, UK, USA and The Bahamas, allows it to leverage its global scale in order to provide a 24-hour service environment for clients. This is crucial in an environment where investors are demanding more transparency and require more frequent valuations and reporting.

BFG commits to deliver fund administration services defined by exceptional client service, rich functionality, robustness and automation to managers and investors.

Headquartered in Bermuda, BFG has approximately 400 employees in ten locations.

For further information please contact:

Greg Bennett

Managing Director, The Americas
T. +1 (345) 815 7579
E. [email protected]
W. www.bfgl.com


Butterfield Fulcrum Group

Butterfield Fulcrum Group
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