Breedveld Jagesser, a Dutch lawyer, will strengthen ZEDRA’s administrative and management services to institutional, corporate, private equity, and private clients who choose Luxembourg as the hub for their investments. Breedveld Jagesser has over 15 years’ senior leadership experience. Houillon has over 20 years’ experiences in fund and asset management.
Before joining ZEDRA, Breedveld Jagesser led many successful deliveries of multi-jurisdictional initiatives in Amsterdam, Cape Town, New Delhi, São Paulo, and Istanbul. She also spent six years as legal counsel in Luxembourg.
Breedveld Jagesser said: “I am excited to be joining ZEDRA, helping to carry out the firm’s clear plans for the future, alongside a fantastic team of people. ZEDRA’s client-focused approach enables us to deliver a compelling client experience and provide increased value to their operations. I am looking forward to collaborating in such an inspiring environment, helping clients benefit from robust governance and practical decision making.”
Houillon, prior to joining ZEDRA, was director and conducting office at a renowned fund management services administrator in Luxembourg. He will grow ZEDRA’s fund management services offering.
Houillon, said: “I’m delighted to be joining ZEDRA at a time when the firm is determined to become a key player for high quality Fund Management Services in Luxembourg. I’m excited to use my experience to help benefit ZEDRA’s existing clients and look forward to working with the team.”
Wim Ritz, global head of ZEDRA Funds, said the following about new hires Breedveld Jagesser and Houillon: “We are very pleased to welcome both Murjel and Charles-Alexandre to ZEDRA, enhancing our offering in Luxembourg and helping to strengthen the foundations of our existing Funds team. The acquisition of BIL-Fund & Corporate Services was a significant milestone for ZEDRA, and we are delighted to be adding experienced personnel like Murjel and Charles-Alexandre to help cement our reputation for providing exceptional Fund Management Services in Luxembourg.”