Independent advice, international reach, traditional values.
Established in Guernsey in 1976, Louvre Group has developed into a global operation offering fiduciary, family office and fund administration services.
Led by Derek Baudains for over 15 years, Louvre Group is an owner-managed business. Unlike many other service providers, Louvre is not a subsidiary of a bank or large finance corporation.
We have no tied third-party relationships and are not beholden to a wide shareholder base or a private equity investor.
Louvre’s impartiality means we can search out and offer our clients the very best structures and services for their individual needs.
We have seven strategically placed and wholly owned offices in key international finance centres located in:
- Cayman Islands
- British Virgin Islands
- Hong Kong
Louvre has established strong links with the relevant regulatory bodies. We are well placed to foster relationships for our clients in many key finance jurisdictions.
Our international reach in combination with our independence ensures we are able to identify bespoke solutions for both private and corporate clients.
Our business is built on a true understanding of each individual client and their unique needs.
Louvre takes pride in a high staff-to-client ratio and our long-serving team fosters long-term client relationships based on trust and mutual respect.
We maintain the traditional values of customer service and attention to detail, but take a proactive and innovative approach to give our clients the solutions they need.
Working in partnership
Our international clients often require specialist skills such as banking, investment, legal, accounting and taxation advice.
As an independent business, Louvre has developed relationships with a worldwide network of trusted advisers. Alternatively, we can work with your existing team to provide a seamless service.
We believe that our integrated approach allows us to offer our clients additional value. By working closely with our network we can identify investment opportunities, see potential efficiencies and anticipate, assess and reduce risk.