SuperDerivatives has opened new sales and support offices in Sydney, Australia and Hong Kong. The new regional offices and extended local teams will provide sales, support training and professional services to the numerous SuperDerivatives users of all market segments sectors. The Australia and Hong Kong offices are joining SuperDerivatives’ existing Asia Pacific offices in Mumbai, Singapore and Tokyo. “The Asia Pacific market is our fastest growing region with OTC derivatives being driven by growth across all asset classes and markets, coupled with the deregulation of investment barriers and the need for sophisticated risk management practices,” said Mark Wightman, vice president of sales, Asia Pacific, SuperDerivatives. “The warm welcome for our sector-targeted, multi-asset platforms, SD-Funds, SD-Banks and SD-Corp, has compelled us to extend our client facing infrastructure in the financial centres of Hong Kong and Sydney. These new offices will enable us to better serve our regional customers and afford us the opportunity to expand our operations in these strategic locations.”
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