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QuIC moves London office

10 September 2010  |  2924 views  |  0 Source: QuIC Financial Technologies

QuIC Financial Technologies, a market leader providing the world's financial organisations with risk management, pricing and analytic solutions, has today announced the relocation of the company's London office to a larger facility at the historic old Stock Exchange Building, situated at 125 Old Broad Street.

The move enables QuIC to support the increasing global demand for its risk management solutions, and the resulting growth in UK personnel.

Opened on September 6, 2010, the new facility provides a significantly larger and upgraded office space to accommodate QuIC's expansion. It has been designed with all the latest technology and conference capabilities in mind. This allows QuIC to better respond to the needs of clients and supports growth in all divisions, with a particular focus on sales, professional services and financial engineering.

"As a result of our consistent, record growth over the past few years, upgrading our UK office to a larger location is critical to sustain our expanding operations and global market leadership position," stated Nigel Cairns, President and CEO for QuIC. "The move reinforces our strong commitment to our employees, who are the backbone of our success. We're proud to provide our team a contemporary office space that offers state-of-the-art facilities and a dynamic working environment."

QuIC's global operating infrastructure includes offices in four key locations. With its expanded office in the UK, QuIC is now positioned to accelerate its hiring strategy while supporting its global customer base, as well as its rapid entrance into new verticals for its risk management solutions well into the future.

 

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