Maples Fund Services Announces Hong Kong Office Relocation

25 August 2017

Maples Fund Services Announces Hong Kong Office Relocation

In response to continued business growth and expansion, Maples Fund Services, a division of MaplesFS and leading independent global fund services provider, will relocate its Hong Kong office effective 28 August 2017. The nearly 19,000 square foot office space in one of Hong Kong’s most iconic buildings, Central Plaza, is conveniently located in the heart of the city’s central business district. 

Maples Fund Services offers a wide range of services, including accounting, middle office, risk reporting and administration services to a global client base that includes investment management firms, institutional investors and global financial institutions. As part of the Maples group, Maples Fund Services is able to complement its existing fund services offering with fiduciary and trust services from Maples Fiduciary and Maples Private Client Services as well as legal expertise offered by Maples and Calder

Hong Kong remains a leading centre for international business and finance and Maples Fund Services has established a reputation as a best in class service provider in the region by providing an independent, tailored and customised service from the clients' local time zone. Working closely with our Asian based clients, Maples Fund Services in Hong Kong oversees over US$20 billion in assets under administration, supported by more than 100 local staff.

"The Hong Kong office has been a key driver of Maples Fund Services growth globally and this expansion marks another milestone in our history and further cements our reputation as one of the premier fund administrators in the region," said Scott Somerville, Chief Executive Officer of MaplesFS. "We remain committed to investing in the resources necessary to maintain the highest levels of service and support and are confident that the new office positions us to accommodate expected future growth and capitalise on new opportunities across the Asia Pacific region."

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