Globaleye, a Dubai based wealth management firm, has launched a new office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as part of its efforts to expand footprint in Asia.
The new Vietnam office, which marks as the firm’s eleventh office worldwide and sixth in the Asian region, will cater the needs of neighbouring countries in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), reported International Adviser.
Globaleye’s Vietnam vice-president Andrew Menzies said the office will provide services including wealth management, and investment solutions to the expat community in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.
"This region has been starved of a global player in the market and we know this recent expansion will be well received not only by clients but the wider IFA community too.
"This further cements our presence in Asia and increases our footprint significantly, which will open up more opportunities since we have the right skills sets and support on board at a local and group level," Menzies added.
Globaleye has more 10,000 clients spread between the Middle East, Far East and Europe.