Apex extends corporate solutions offering in APAC through Hong Kong licence
Apex Group (Apex) has expanded its corporate solutions offering in APAC by obtaining a Trust and Corporate Services licence in Hong Kong.
As part of its ongoing global expansion, Apex broadens its APAC offering enabling the delivery of a range of services including company formation services, corporate secretarial services, accounting services and governance services, for privates companies, IPOs and listed companies.
In addition, the new Hong Kong corporate solutions business, led by Wallis Chan, is able to deliver business services to Hong Kong entities, including payroll solutions and accounting services.
This extension of the business complements its existing well-established fund services business in the APAC region.
Matt Claxton, Global Head of Corporate Solutions, says: “We’re delighted to continue to build, strengthen and expand our corporate solutions across the Apex Group. In addition to our recent announcements about the expansion of our Throgmorton business in the US and Jersey, this expansion across APAC marks another important milestone in our journey. Hong Kong has always been an important location for us and this expansion is a sign of our confidence and commitment. Over the coming months we will be announcing further extensions of our corporate solutions capability as we build out Apex Group’s unique single-source solution that delivers across the full value chain for our clients.”
Wallis Chan, Head of Corporate Services – Hong Kong, says: “Apex has a long-standing reputation in Asia in the fund administration world, we are pleased to be expanding the Group’s global single-source solutions into our local market through the authorisation of our Trust and Corporate Services licence. Having established the office in Hong Kong in 2007 we now have over 50 local employees in Hong Kong and nearly 600 across the APAC region, delivering service to nearly 400 local clients and are excited to bring them these additional support services to support their ongoing growth.”