Link Fund Solutions has been appointed to provide QVG Capital with fund administration and custody services.
According to a statement by Link Fund Solutions, the fund administrator has signed a partnership agreement to provide QVG Capital with middle and back office administration, fund accounting, unit registry and custody services to the flagship fund.
Commenting on the agreement, Link Fund Solutions chief executive Andrew Harrison said, “QVG Capital is the brainchild of two of Australia’s most respected small-cap fund managers.
“Our partnership with them reinforces Link Fund Solutions’ reputation as a top tier service provider.”
QVG is managed by former Ausbil small-cap managers Chris Prunty and Tony Waters, who have over three decades’ experience in the Australian small-cap markets.
Mr Waters said he was confident in the fund’s ability to deliver on its long-term strategy.
“We have selected what we consider to be the best breed of service providers in all the key aspects of the business, including partnering with Link Fund Solutions on the fund administration side,” he said.
Link Group corporate markets chief executive Paul Gardiner said, “We are looking forward to working [with] QVG Capital and helping it achieve ongoing success.”
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