Mainstream Fund Services in Ireland and the EU

Ireland is a leading international financial centre and the domicile of choice for UCITS (Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities) and Non-UCITS funds. Over 40% of global hedge fund assets are serviced in Ireland.

Our Dublin based operations have provided administrative, transfer agency, company register, corporate secretarial, risk and regulatory reporting and other ancillary services to numerous funds and investment vehicles since 1994.

Strengths of our Irish operations include:

  • People
  • Processes
  • Technology
  • Continuous innovation
  • Daily processing and calculations
  • Automated customisable reporting and dissemination to multiple destinations
  • Middle office data
  • Risk and regulatory reporting and oversight including due diligence, risk analytics, stress tests, collateral decomposition & liquidity calculations, risk calculations
  • 24 hour online portal access by management and investors, supported by an IT team located in Ireland

The operations are led by Europe and Cayman CEO, John McCann.

Find out more on how Mainstream can help you establish and administer your funds in Ireland.

Dublin, Ireland Office

  • Mainstream Fund Services (Ireland) Limited
  • Oyster Point, Temple Road Blackrock, A94 K2P4 Co. Dublin
  • +353 1 279 9660
Dublin, Ireland Office

Our Staff

John McCann
Chief Executive Officer, Europe and Cayman

John has over 30 years of experience within global financial services, working in various domiciles such as London, Jersey, Cayman and Dublin. He founded Trinity Fund Administration Limited in 1994 before joining Mainstream in 2017. John is a current member of the Institute of Directors, Ireland, an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (“CIB”), in Canterbury, England, as well a member of a number of other industry groups and committees. He is a sought after speaker and participates in numerous national and international associations (such as Enterprise Ireland Funds Services and Cluster Group, The Financial Services Governance Risk and Compliance Technology Centre (GRCTC) and AIMA), each committed to a greater understanding of the industry and the practical application of regulatory, legislative and commercial change.

John graduated with a B.A. in Economics and Sociology from the University of Manitoba, Canada. He also holds a Trustee Diploma from the CIB.