About Galileo

Galileo Fund Services Limited ("Galileo") is a third party fund administrator and corporate service provider based in the Isle of Man and is a specialist provider of administrative, corporate secretarial and accounting services to AIM listed and unlisted closed ended investment companies.

Galileo was formed in 2004 when current Managing Director Richard Bolton was hired by Anglo Irish Bank to establish a separate fund administration arm in the Isle of Man. Whilst there, he teamed up with Ian Dungate and in 2007, following significant growth in assets under administration, they undertook an amicable management buyout of Anglo Irish Fund Services Limited and changed the name to Galileo Fund Services Limited. In 2016, Galileo was acquired by Australian stock exchange listed fund administration provider, MainstreamBPO ("MAI").

  • Third party fund administrator and corporate service provider
  • Incorporated in 2004
  • Specialist in the administration of listed and unlisted investment companies

The staff at Galileo serve a demanding client base, and do so by providing an exceptional level of professionalism and dedication to clients’ needs and objectives. The Company boasts a team of highly professional practitioners with a wealth of experience in all aspects of fund and investment administration, providing administrative, corporate secretarial, accounting and shareholder services to a wide variety of funds and investment companies across a broad range of investment strategies.

A third party fund administration partner can play a crucial role in the operation and success of any offshore mutual fund or investment company and it is vitally important, therefore, to make the right choice when appointing such a partner. Whether clients are responsible for the investment management of a single boutique fund, a multitude of funds and classes, or a listed or unlisted investment company, they need to be confident that the administrative services offered to their fund vehicle will be cost effective, professionally delivered and tailored to their specific requirements. Galileo believes that it is able to provide that confidence – freeing managers to concentrate on what they do best – devising and executing successful investment strategies for the benefit of shareholders.