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DMS opens Hong Kong office

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

David Bree
Opalesque Industry Update - Continuing its global expansion, dms Management Ltd. (DMS) proudly announces the opening of its representative office in the Asia-Pacific region: dms Management (Hong Kong) Limited. The establishment of the Hong Kong office ensures real-time service for DMS' Asia-Pacific clientele, as well as further solidifies the global strength of the firm's infrastructure and its commitment to strategic and innovative growth.

Supported by DMS' Cayman office, the global leader in corporate governance, the Hong Kong office provides localized client services, further strengthening the relationships between Hong Kong and Cayman Islands service providers. This global reach, combined with DMS' unique blend of industry leading applications and custom-built platforms, will provide unparalleled accessibility for the firm's clients as well as provide stability in its robust business continuity plan.

Leading the Hong Kong team is David Lyons, Director, where he oversees all aspects of client service delivery, across multiple product lines, for Hong Kong and Asia-Pacific clientele. He also spearheads business development opportunities and the growth of DMS' infrastructure in Hong Kong.

DMS Managing Director David Bree, commented, "Purpose-built to enable us to serve the needs of the modern-day hedge fund, our Hong Kong office facilitates real-time service and ensures stronger client relationships. Our heightened presence in the Asia-Pacific market further builds our strength and depth across multiple jurisdictions, and complements our expanding strategic locations, in addition to our headquarters in the Cayman Islands, including Brazil and Ireland. By extending our commitment and coverage in the Asia-Pacific region, we will be able to provide continued seamless integration with the Cayman Islands and are confident that this move will only further reinforce DMS' internationally-renowned reputation as the industry leader in fund governance."

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