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FDM Group Expand into Asia

Published: Monday, 01 November 2010   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

International IT services provider, FDM Group, opens its first Asian office in Hong Kong, enabling the company to extend its service delivery and recruit some of the best graduates from the UK to work in Hong Kong.

As a key geographical position for economic growth, FDM receives legal entity in Hong Kong and opens its new office in the central financial district at 2 Queen’s Road on Hong Kong Island. This allows FDM to expand its business reach into Asian markets and cross-sell with its established European and US clients in Hong Kong.

Over 30 FDM consultants are currently being deployed into Hong Kong in order to satisfy demand from its financial clients including HSBC and UBS in a range of disciplines covering Development, Business Analysis and Support. As demand increases, FDM is expecting to employ, train and place near to 100 IT Graduates in the region by the end of 2010. A presence in North America, Europe and Asia means FDM has a true ‘Follow the Sun’ capability.

Andy Brown, Global Sales Director for FDM, comments: ‘This really is a positive step for FDM and underlines the importance our clients put on FDM and its business model to support their needs. Our clients were extremely supportive of FDM in taking this next step growing our international reach, enabling FDM to support them around the clock. It has been an amazing period, along with Hong Kong, FDM has extended its European reach in to Zurich and has invested significantly in New York, with the imminent opening of our US flagship Academy in Wall Street.’

‘The growth we have experienced, even in tough economic times, is a true reflection on the talent, dedication and focus of all FDM employees and the ability FDM has in adapting and reacting rapidly to the changes in demand for IT skills globally’.


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