Consultancy supports APAC clients with new presence.
GreySpark Partners has announced the opening of a new office in Hong Kong.
The new point of presence will provide local delivery for client projects in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, which have been completed from London until now. GreySpark is a capital markets consultancy firm catering primarily for the buy side.
The office will be led by Andrew McLauchlan, partner and managing director for APAC. He will focus on overall strategy and operations, as well as bringing new clients on board.
"You cannot ignore that the center of gravity of global financial institutions is shifting East," says Frédéric Ponzo, managing partner at GreySpark. "Out of all the global financial centres to expand to, Hong Kong is the obvious choice. Since GreySpark launched in 2009, we have seen sustained growth and our move to open an office in the region aims to maintain this momentum. We are very much looking forward to supporting our existing clients in the region, as well as providing cutting edge expertise to the growing financial sector."
The company plans a New York expansion in 2013.
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