The deal increases Apex’s AuA to $560 billion, after completing the onboarding process of Deutsche Bank’s Alternative Fund services business in June.
The administrator completed the integration of Deutsche Bank’s Alternative Fund Services team earlier this year.
The move signals a focus on client relationships, following a series of high profile acquisitions by Apex.
The regulatory approvals come ahead of Apex Fund Services planned acquisition of Ipes, expected to close at the end of the third quarter.
Apex Group finalises deal which adds $170 billion in assets under administration to its business.
The deal will add $165 billion in assets under administration to Apex’s portfolio, while taking on 195 new clients.
Dinn will be responsible for expanding Apex Group’s presence in the custody and depositary market on a global scale.
Apex brings on 25-year fund administration expert that helped build the alternative investment business development sales group at SS&C GlobeOp.
Apex makes Brexit play with the creation of 50 new jobs and a new office in Ireland.