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Eze Castle Integration expands into Europe, Asia to better serve U.S.-based and local hedge funds and investment firms

Wednesday, September 01, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of IT services, technology and consulting to investment management firms, today announced the opening of offices in Singapore and Geneva. Eze Castle’s international expansion is fueled by opportunities in local markets, as well as the interest of current clients ready to expand globally.

In addition, Eze Castle has named Serge Bukhar, its former director of services in the United Kingdom, to the new position of executive director, international operations. Bukhar will build upon the rapid growth and success of Eze Castle’s U.K. operations to extend the company’s reach within Europe and Asia. Today, Eze Castle has more than 550 clients worldwide, including 83 hedge funds managing $1 billion or more in assets.

Eze Castle’s offices in Singapore and Geneva are part of the company’s strategy to further expand its global footprint and help its clients do the same. Eze Castle clients benefit from having one IT partner to support their technology operations worldwide, while local hedge funds have a new choice for IT services. Hedge funds in Singapore and Geneva can now capitalize on Eze Castle’s premier IT services, including outsourced IT services, network management, startup and relocation services, storage and voice solutions.

“Singapore and Geneva are key expansion areas for our clients, as well as the hedge fund market as a whole. Opening these offices is a natural extension of our business as we seek to provide clients global support for their operations,” said John Cahaly, CEO, Eze Castle Integration. “Eze Castle Integration is committed to providing the premier IT services and technology hedge funds and investment firms require. Our expansion reinforces our ability to quickly and efficiently establish client operations and trading internationally, while enabling firms to maintain strong footholds domestically.”... Source
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