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Citadel Expands with Boston Office

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UK-based data management firm Citadel Associates has opened its first North American office in Boston, Mass., with the chosen location reflecting the buy-side nature of its clients. Citadel says that it has secured several major US-based global fund managers for its Cadis data management system, which justifies the expansion. The US operations center will be overseen by UK-based director Stuart Plane, and will focus on sales, implementation and support for Citadel North America.

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