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Vistra rebrands two additional offices in India


Vistra, a global trust, fund administration and corporate service provider, has officially rebranded its offices in Mumbai and Indore from Radius to Vistra. 

Radius is a US-based international expansion services firm acquired by Vistra in 2018.
Combined, the two offices have over 600 employees, of which thirty-three per cent are professionally qualified accountants and management graduates. They deliver accounting, payroll, compliance and other professional services, and are also accredited with Service Organisation Control 1 (SOC 1) and Service Organisation Control 2 (SOC 2) from independent global auditors.
Stephen Chipman, Vistra’s Divisional Managing Director, International Expansion, says: “We’re thrilled to complete the rebrand of our impressive India facilities. Our newly integrated India team is a collection of proven professionals with a long record of helping our clients effectively expand into new markets and realise their full business potential.”
With the rebrand of the two centres, Vistra now has more than 900 professionals in India, across eight cities, all working under the Vistra banner. In addition to international expansion services, Vistra provides fiduciary and trustee services to institutional clients locally and abroad. Vistra is also the largest independent corporate trustee in India. Regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Vistra India administers over USD133 billion of assets under various fiduciary structures, with significant market share in debt markets (~18 per cent) and funds businesses (~46 per cent).
Navita Yadav, Country Managing Director, Vistra India, says: “It is encouraging to witness the magnificent growth of our presence in India. We take pride in the service quality and accuracy we deliver to clients, which would not be possible without the dedication of our employees. We look forward to leveraging our expertise as well as Vistra’s global network to help companies succeed, whether they’re investing or doing businesses in India or in any other country.”

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