Princeton Financial Systems expands Singapore office
17 December 2004 | 2491 views | 0
Source: Princeton Financial Systems
Princeton Financial Systems' PAM portfolio management and accounting system's rich functionality and flexibility in meeting the needs of global institutional investors has fueled the growth that the company has experienced in the Asia Pacific region.
In concert with this growth, Princeton Financial has recently expanded its offices in Singapore and added additional staff. To meet the demand of the growing client base, Princeton Financial has appointed Eugene Goh Hock Khiam to its client support team. Mr.Goh comes to Princeton Financial from Straits Lion Asset Management, where he was manager of portfolio administration. He has over 13 years experience in the Singapore financial services industry, working in various back office, project management, and client support roles.
"This new appointment reinforces our commitment to our clients in Asia and anticipated further expansion as we continue to grow our market share," said Andrew Sehulster, Princeton Financial's managing director,Asia/Pacific, "The expansion of our support team has been instrumental in helping deliver successful implementations to our newest clients. Eugene's skills and experience will further enhance our ability to provide high levels of customer support to our regional client base, and we look forward to his contributions to the Asia/Pacific team."
Princeton Financial has been investing in the Asia Pacific region for several years. Its Sydney, Australia office has been operational since 1998. The addition of five new clients in recent months; two in Singapore, and others in Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Australia is indicative of the industry's response to Princeton Financial's ability to satisfy the complex requirements of a wide variety of asset management markets.