Crédit Agricole Cheuvreux (CA Cheuvreux) has announced the opening of an office in San Francisco. The company hopes that this office on the West Coast will allow it to better serve its clients in the region and reflects increased demand from US investors for research on European equities coupled with a complete suite of execution services covering all global markets. “By establishing an office in San Francisco, we will be able to better serve our West Coast investors with timely information and services,” said Khaled Beydoun, head of North American sales for CA Cheuvreux. “There is a growing appetite amongst our US client base for research on European markets. Additionally, we can offer them streamlined access to more than 60 execution destinations worldwide. At CA Cheuvreux we pride ourselves on providing global expertise while maintaining a local presence in the key markets we serve, and the opening of our office in San Francisco only serves to further this objective.”
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