Aquin Components GmbH operates under the company name Princeton Financial Systems GmbH with immediate effect, following the acquisition of Aquin Components by Princeton Financial Systems LLC (PFS), a subsidiary of State Street Corporation in October 2008. The international subsidiaries of former Aquin Components GmbH in London, Paris and Zurich will also change their names to Princeton Financial Systems Ltd. (in United Kingdom), Princeton Financial Systems France SAS (in France) and Princeton Financial Systems Schweiz GmbH (in Switzerland).
The combined company hopes to offer its clients an expanded product and service offering, with an extended geographical reach. Princeton Financial Systems will continue all operations in the previously existing Aquin offices. The managing directors of Aquin and their teams remain with Princeton Financial and will continue to support previously provided products and services, as well as introduce new value added offerings available as a result of the transaction, including a global continuous support model.
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