Salus Opens Singapore Office

Mar 1 2010 | 2:56am ET

UCITS III-compliant hedge fund shop Salus Alpha Capital has opened a Singapore office.

The new digs for affiliate Salus Alpha Financial Services "expands our global footprint and provides us with on-the-ground presence in one of the region's most important financial markets," said Oliver Prock CEO of Salus Alpha Capital.

“This is a significant step in Salus Alpha’s global growth plan. Singapore provides us with an important gateway to the rest of Asia,” Prock said. “Our team in Singapore has exceptional knowledge of the local financial markets as well as strong client relationships across Asia.”

Salus Alpha engages in wealth and asset management for high net worth individuals and institutional investors and provides tailored solutions for clients and their financial needs. According to the firm, Salus Alpha is the first manager world wide offering state of the art UCITS III compliant alternative investment solutions with daily liquidity to institutional investors. Salus Alpha is based in Zug, Switzerland.


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