Our aim is to provide a high level of personal service, prompt communication and excellent organisational skills based on technical expertise and many years experience.
A focus on these skills means we do things well, first time around. Above all, where possible we don’t overcomplicate. This is of key importance in fund administration. We deliver accounting, shareholder, secretarial, corporate governance, compliance and valuation services to both open ended and closed-ended vehicles, with a particular expertise in managing and administering Quoted Companies. Our professional team continually add value to the businesses we are asked to administer and adopt a ‘head above the parapet’ approach.
FIM Capital aims to deliver the highest of service and performance standards across its range of fund administration and investment management disciplines. We offer a comprehensive service to clients wishing to establish fund structures offshore. The Company is managed by professionals with a long history in the provision of fund administration services who between them have a significant amount of experience in designing and assisting with the creation of offshore schemes.
Our expertise extends to administering a wide range of structures including closed ended companies with a listing, open ended investment companies, unit trusts and limited partnerships.
Specifically we offer:
Head of Business Development
Paul Joined FIM Capital in October 2019 as the Head of Business Development. Prior to joining FIM, Paul has built up extensive business development and client management experience across a range of industries, most recently in the technology sector where Paul was responsible for the management and growth of a diverse global customer base whilst building strong and mutually beneficial client relationships. His current role incorporates responsibilities for business development, client engagement and marketing across our diverse global client base. Paul has achieved the RDR compliant Level 4 Investment Advice Diploma with the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.Contact me
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