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Princeton Financial Systems opens Amsterdam office

07 December 2004  |  1818 views  |  0 Source: Princeton Financial Systems

Princeton Financial Systems (PFS), a leading provider of investment management and accounting systems to global institutional investors announced the opening of its new Amsterdam office. PFS marked the official opening of its new office at a ribbon cutting ceremony held last month.

PFS opened the office to accommodate its growth in the region. The company has signed several new clients over the past year including SBA Artsenpensioenfondsen, a Utrecht-based pension fund for Dutch doctors, OPTAS, a Rotterdam-based pension insurance company, and Hansabank Group, the largest financial institution in the Baltic region. PFS now has over 20 clients in Europe and expects significant growth in the coming year.

"The opening of our office in Amsterdam reflects our recent success and continued commitment to the European market. The decision to extend our presence in this region is consistent with our plans for growth and the desire to establish a presence closer to the markets that we serve," says Lorne Whitmore, Princeton Financial Systems’ Managing Director of Global Sales.

The team at the Amsterdam office is led by Marcel de Vries, whose extensive skills and experience have enhanced the ability of PFS to meet the needs of institutional investors in this important and growing marketplace.

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