International wealth management firm, Globaleye, has opened a new office in Hong Kong to service the growing demand for independent financial advice and products in the Far East.
Globaleye (HK) Ltd Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mark Everitt says one of the attractions of opening an office is the region's high economic confidence: "Asia is clearly where the money is as we emerge from the trauma of the financial downturn. The economic confidence in this region is certainly higher than that of the west."
The Hong Kong office is Globaleye’s third office to open in the region, alongside licensed operations in Singapore and Shanghai with plans for further expansion in the near future.
Globaleye’s Chairman Tim Searle commented, “We have seen significant growth in our operations in the Far East over the last year and our new office is in response to the increased demand we have experienced from individuals and companies seeking qualified and independent financial advice".
He added “Our plans for further expansion in 2012 demonstrates our commitment in driving the company forward despite continued economic uncertainty, and we remain committed to maintaining our client based approach in order to provide the best possible service for our clients worldwide.”
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