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Eze Castle Integration opens Hong Kong office

Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a provider of strategic IT services, technology solutions and strategic consulting to hedge funds, has announced the opening of its Hong Kong office. Eze Castle’s expansion to Hong Kong builds on its success in Singapore and allows the company to better serve its growing roster of European and Asia Pacific clients.

“Since opening our Singapore office in 2010, we have experienced solid growth in clients and built a strong operational foundation. This continued expansion of our global presence reinforces our commitment to the Asia Pacific region as an important market for hedge funds,” said Serge Bukhar, executive director, Eze Castle Integration. “With our global footprint, Eze Castle now has the broadest reach of any hedge fund IT service provider and is uniquely positioned to support clients throughout their entire lifecycle.”

With the opening of the new office, Hong Kong hedge funds now have a new option for premier IT services, while existing Eze Castle clients benefit by having one IT partner to support their technology operations worldwide. Initially Eze Castle’s Hong Kong team will provide outsourced IT services, infrastructure management, disaster recovery, online backup, and project management.

Eze Castle Integration is the IT partner of over 600 hedge funds worldwide, including more than 80 firms with $1 billion or more in assets under management. The company has eight offices in the United States as well as offices in Hong Kong, London and Singapore.

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