US-based Eze Castle Software, which concentrates on writing software for the global investment management market, has opened a London office to spearhead its European expansion.
Although Eze Castle has already begun to service the European offices of its existing clients in the US, the company is keen to "build an organic business" in Europe, says US-based executive vice-president David Quinlan.
Launched in 1995, the company now has 95 clients, of which 60 are hedge fund managers.
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