Luxembourg, 16 September 2020 - Arendt Services welcomed Benjamin Collette as new CEO on September 1st. He replaces Olivier Hamou, who will continue to serve on the company's Board of Directors.

Benjamin Collette spent most of his career as a partner at Deloitte in Luxembourg. His areas of expertise include asset management and services for traditional and alternative assets, global custody and private banking as well as wealth management.

“Benjamin's skills and vision will be valuable assets for the continued growth of Arendt Services and the development of our teams, both collectively and individually”.
Claude Niedner, Chairman of Arendt.

“I am delighted to join a partnership and a firm with such a great entrepreneurial spirit and ambition, with extremely strong local independence and global reach”.
Benjamin Collette, CEO of Arendt Services.

Arendt Services is also pleased to announce that it welcomed Jean Brisbois on September 1st as COO, a newly created position. Prior to joining Arendt, Jean Brisbois spent 15 years with Alter Domus. He brings his wide-ranging experience in content management, digitalisation and operational efficiency improvement.

“With the arrival of Benjamin Collette as CEO and Jean Brisbois as COO in September and the upcoming move to our brand new building ‘Arendt 9’ in 2021, the next few months promise to be very exciting for all of us. I'm very confident in our future as we build it”.
Claude Niedner, Chairman of Arendt

Arendt Services is Arendt’s corporate and investor services company established in 2009. We act as a business facilitator: supported by a team of over 170 experts, we offer a full range of services to businesses for the efficient set-up and management of their operations. We specialise in corporate services, including company incorporation administration, accountancy and tax compliance. In addition, international asset managers rely on our comprehensive suite of fund services to develop and administer their corporate and fund structures in Luxembourg. We are a Professional of the Financial Sector practicing under the supervision of the CSSF, and are an authorised central administration and transfer agent for regulated and non-regulated investment funds.
Arendt Services is one of Arendt's several affiliated service companies that have developed over the years to complement the legal services offered by Arendt & Medernach. Arendt offers its large base of Luxembourg and foreign institutional clients end-to-end specialist advice, covering all the legal, regulatory, taxation and advisory aspects of doing business in Luxembourg. Each one of the service companies in the Arendt group provides access to a one-stop shop to meet all the legal and business needs of our clients.


Benjamin Collette


Jean Brisbois

Chief Operating Officer

Claude Niedner


Private Equity & Real Estate


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