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Charles River expands Asia-Pacific operations with new Hong Kong office

07 November 2012  |  1237 views  |  0 Source: Charles River

Charles River, a front- and middle-office investment management solutions provider, today announced that it has opened a regional sales office in Hong Kong to support its continued growth across the Asia-Pacific region and meet increased demand for the Charles River Investment Management Solution (IMS).

"Hong Kong is a leading global financial market and one of China's key business centers," said Cameron Field, Managing Director-APAC, Charles River. "This new office allows us to provide over 130 APAC clients, including 30 in Hong Kong and Greater China, with increased implementation and consulting expertise and local support. Charles River opened its first APAC office over a decade ago. Since then, we've continued to expand our presence with local experts who understand the region's unique market and technology needs."

In the past year, Charles River has expanded its customer base across the APAC region, adding new clients and providing existing Charles River IMS users with enhanced solutions for portfolio management, order and execution management, performance measurement and risk, and compliance. Charles River continues to see growing demand by local firms and international asset managers in the region for a single enterprise solution with managed services that can support China's domestic workflows and regulatory requirements.

With the addition of Hong Kong, Charles River now has five local offices in APAC, including Singapore, Melbourne, Tokyo and Beijing.

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