Castle Hall, Orchard Harbour In Global Partnership

Sep 29 2011 | 10:54am ET

Canada's Castle Hall Alternatives is getting a little help as the due diligence specialist seeks to offer its clients access to the Asia-Pacific region.

The Montreal-based firm set up a strategic partnership with Australia's Orchard Harbour. The Down Under consultancy will give Castle Hall a presence in a region that is attracting more and more hedge fund investors from around the world.

In return, Castle Hall will offer Orchard Harbour's clients access to U.S. and Canadian clients.

"We have seen a progressive increase in investor interest in allocations to Asian and Australasian funds, yet these regions benefit from expert, on the ground professionals who understand local market conventions," Castle Hall CEO Chris Addy told Asia FM.


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