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Benjamin Collette new CEO of Arendt Services
The ex-Deloitte partner officially took over at the Luxembourg company on September 1st.
“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," says Claude Niedner, Chairman of Arendt.
Before joining Arendt Services, Collette was an advisory & consulting partner at Deloitte in Luxembourg, where he specialized in strategy, regulatory, operations set-up and efficiency engagements for alternative, vanilla investment funds and wealth managers. He was a member of the executive committee in charge of strategy, clients and industries, and the head of the strategy, corporate finance and regulatory consulting practices. He also served on the Global Financial Services Industry Council and led the EMEA AIFMD and wealth and private banking practices.
Prior to this, he served as management consultant with a leading strategy consulting firm, and as director for a company servicing independent financial advisors. He began his career at a major banking institution, where he worked in the trading room as a currency options trader and in the corporate finance department on various M&A files.
Collette has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Liège.
Edited by Ramata Diallo
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