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Pavilion launches to provide high quality director services

Pavilion is a new business launched to provide high quality and innovative governance and substance services to the fund, trust and corporate services sectors.

Pavilion focuses on adding genuine value to boards, providing a specialist team of market leading and highly experienced fund, investment and property professionals who demonstrate outstanding industry, boardroom and regulatory knowledge and experience.

As well as being able to provide directors to enhance the governance of companies and bring an independent balance to boards, Pavilion also provides recognised experts who sit on some of Europe’s most sought after real estate, private equity and hedge fund structures. 

Pavilion directors are accessible, dependable and pragmatic and with excellent interpersonal skills. They are supported by a cutting-edge and dedicated administrative platform with purpose designed IT systems.

Sue Fossey, Managing Director of Pavilion, said:

“In launching Pavilion, we have sought to take a fresh and professional approach to the provision of corporate governance solutions right across the fund, trust and corporate services sectors. A constantly changing and increasingly complex regulatory landscape has created a challenging environment for boards both onshore and offshore. Our focus is to partner with our clients to provide appropriate solutions to fit their specific corporate structure, meet regulatory requirements, ensure investor confidence and keep up with changes in best practice.”

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