Hedge Tech. Firm Indus Valley Grows

Aug 23 2012 | 10:15am ET

Hedge fund technology provider Indus Valley Partners has added 50 new staffers to meet growing client demand.

The firm's new hires are based in its offices in New York and Noida, India, and represent a 25% increase in its headcount, which now stands at 250. Indus Valley said the expansion was driven by increasing demand, highlighted by its addition of 12 new clients.

All told, Indus Valley's clients have an aggregate of US$500 billion in assets under management.

In addition to New York and Noida, Indus Valley has offices in London, Mumbai and New Dehli.


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