TMF Group agrees to acquire Gentoo
August 4, 2017

TMF Group, a provider of high value business services to clients operating and investing globally, has agreed to acquire Gentoo Holdings Limited (Gentoo), a Guernsey- and Luxembourg-based provider of fund administration services.

Established in 2011, Gentoo performs administration of regulated and unregulated funds, as well as offering depositary services, and a range of corporate and domiciliation services. The company has grown its assets under administration to over US$15 billion. TMF says the management teams in both Guernsey and Luxembourg have extensive fund experience and are supported by a team of 50 staff.

TMF says the acquisition represents a key milestone for the development of its private equity and real estate (PERE) offering, a strategic area of growth for the group. A fast-growing business with an excellent portfolio of clients in its own right, TMF Group will be able to leverage the expertise of the senior management team to expand its PERE offering into other jurisdictions.

TMF says Gentoo's clients will also benefit from its broader expertise in special purpose vehicle administration, and the suite of support services that it can offer to operating companies in over 80 countries around the world.





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TMF Group, a provider of high value business services to clients operating and investing globally, has agreed to acquire Gentoo Holdings Limited (Gentoo), a Guernsey- and Luxembourg-based provider of fund administration services.

Established in 2011, Gentoo performs administration of regulated and unregulated funds, as well as offering depositary services, and a range of corporate and domiciliation services. The company has grown its assets under administration to over US$15 billion. TMF says the management teams in both Guernsey and Luxembourg have extensive fund experience and are supported by a team of 50 staff.

TMF says the acquisition represents a key milestone for the development of its private equity and real estate (PERE) offering, a strategic area of growth for the group. A fast-growing business with an excellent portfolio of clients in its own right, TMF Group will be able to leverage the expertise of the senior management team to expand its PERE offering into other jurisdictions.

TMF says Gentoo's clients will also benefit from its broader expertise in special purpose vehicle administration, and the suite of support services that it can offer to operating companies in over 80 countries around the world.



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