JAPAN - UK hedge fund manager Quality Capital Management (QCM) has opened an office in Tokyo as part of plans to grow its Asia Pacific business.
The office will be managed by head of business development for Japan Osamu Nishimura, who will be responsible for developing the firm's investor base in Japan and the wider Asia Pacific region.
QCM chief executive officer and chief investment officer Aref Karim said: "The establishment of our office in Japan underlines our long-term commitment to developing our business and to meeting the needs of a sophisticated client base both in Japan and in the wider Asia Pacific region.
"Nishimura's long experience and knowledge of the market will make a valuable contribution towards achieving our growth objectives while remaining responsive to local investor requirements."
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