Adirondack Capital Management Opens Singapore Office

Nov 30 2010 | 9:22am ET

New York-based alternative investment manager Adirondack Capital Management has opened a new office in Sinagpore.

“Our decision to open an office in Singapore reflects on the firm’s commitment to this important country, market and region, and we are very pleased to respond to growing demands of our clients and partners, and to the increase in investment opportunities in the region,” said Adirondack President and CEO Edmund L. Luzine, Jr..

Luzine says the new office will help the firm investigate and pursue investment opportunities throughout the southeast Asia.

Adirondack Investment Management focuses on global emerging markets, providing investment management products and services to institutional investors, endowments, pension plans, corporations and high net worth individuals. The firm plans to open additional offices in Asia next year (Baghdad, Dubai and Mumbai), and to expand into Europe and Africa within the next 18 months.

 


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