MJ Hudson, the end-to-end solutions provider to the asset management industry, today announces its sponsorship of Jersey RFC Women. The team plays in the RFU National Championship 2, part of the English league structure. MJ Hudson is also the sponsor of Harlequins Women rugby team, which plays in the Allianz Premier 15s.
MJ Hudson offers a range of services to fund managers, investors, corporates and private individuals from offices in Jersey and Guernsey and across Europe and North America.
MJ Hudson CEO, Matthew Hudson, said:
“The Jersey RFC Women’s team has a strong pedigree, and we are looking forward to cheering them on throughout the season. We know how important local sports teams are for a community’s physical and mental well-being and we are delighted to start this partnership with Jersey RFC.”
Jersey RFC Chairman Dan McAlister said:
“We’re delighted to have MJ Hudson on board as our Women’s team begins the new season. The squad has been training hard and has made a great start. Having an international business also with a local presence support our community club is a real boost for everyone involved at JRFC.”
Fixture dates for the season are being confirmed, but will be available via the jerseyrfc.rfu.club website.
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ABOUT MJ HUDSON
MJ Hudson (AIM:MJH) is the end-to-end solutions provider to the $100 trillion asset management industry, specialising in private markets and alternative investments. The firm helps fund managers and investors run more smoothly and perform at their best, through an integrated suite of advisory, outsourcing and analytical services, supported by a range of sophisticated digital tools.
MJ Hudson’s team of more than 400 lawyers, fund accountants, ESG consultants, developers and other professionals, serves more than 1,000 clients, across the globe, including some of the industry’s largest players.
Founded in 2010, by CEO Matthew Hudson (a private markets lawyer and former fund manager), MJ Hudson was admitted to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in 2019.