Eze Castle To Open Hedge Fund Hotel In Manhattan

Nov 27 2007 | 8:58am ET

Technology firm Eze Castle Integration is opening full service office suites specifically geared toward hedge funds. Located in Midtown Manhattan, Eze Managed Suites offer fully hosted services and IT systems, and the firm says they are ideal for firms launching operations, expanding to New York or seeking permanent fully-managed space.

The 18,000 square foot office center, which will begin housing clients in mid-January, features suites in a variety of sizes to accommodate hedge funds at varying stages of growth. Like other hedge fund hotels, which have gained popularity in recent years mostly among start-up firms, clients gain access to a state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology support. Eze Managed Suites also offer connections to leading market data vendors and trial use of third party front-, middle- and back-office services and applications.

“The technology and business service options available can be overwhelming for firms looking to create a new fund or expand into the New York area, so our goal with Eze Managed Suites is to simplify the process by providing comprehensive services that are fully managed by our expert staff,” said Bob Guilbert, managing director of Eze Castle Integration. “Eze Castle supports and manages the technology infrastructure of more than 450 U.S.-based hedge funds, so we fully understand what applications and services are mission critical and offer immediate value to clients.”


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