Last updated: 08:32 / Monday, 25 July 2016
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Robeco Opens a New Office in Singapore

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Robeco Opens a New Office in Singapore

Robeco has opened a new office in Singapore. This office will focus on credit research and strengthening Robeco's service to their clients in the market and the broader Southeast Asia region.

According to a press release, "Singapore is a fast growing Asian fixed income hub, so by establishing a permanent presence in the market, Robeco is able to expand capabilities, leverage opportunities and further strengthen our fixed income infrastructure in the region." Maurice Meijers, Client Portfolio Manager Fixed Income for the Asian markets, will be heading the Singapore office. In addition to Meijers, two credit analysts will also be based in Singapore.

Maurice Meijers said: “Singapore is uniquely positioned as a leading fixed income hub in Asia, with a strong outlook for future growth. Robeco’s pan-Asia business, which includes offices in many key Asian markets, allows us to gain access to local market knowledge and attract local talent. The opening of our Singapore office is another important addition to Robeco’s Asia footprint and will enable us to further expand our fixed income capability to leverage opportunities in the region.”

Nick Shaw, Head of Global Financial Institutions, said: “The Asia Pacific region leads the world in new wealth creation and Singapore has long-since established itself as a global private banking hub. The opening of a local Singapore office will allow us to better service our distribution partners and provide local support to  institutional clients and consultants in the region.”

Robeco has had a presence in Asia Pacific since 2005 and it has been growing its footprints in the region with offices in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and now Singapore. Hong Kong is home to their Asia Pacific equities investment team, and their new Singapore office will be an extension of their Rotterdam fixed income team. The expansion in Asia Pacific is a key part of their “strategy 2014-2018: accelerate growth”.

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