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QCM Establishes Business Development Office in Tokyo

Quality Capital Management (‘QCM’), the UK-based systematic macro hedge fund manager, today announced that it has established an office in Tokyo, headed by Osamu Nishimura, Head of Business Development for Japan. The official opening of QCM’s office in Japan enables the firm to further develop its investor base in Japan and the wider Asia Pacific region.

Osamu Nishimura is responsible for QCM’s investor relations and business development operations in Japan. Nishimura has 19 years experience in the finance industry and was formerly with Itochu Corporation for 12 years. His experience spans senior positions within financial derivatives trading, hedge fund investments, funds marketing and distribution.

Aref Karim, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of QCM, said: “The establishment of our office in Japan underlines our long-term commitment to developing our business and to meeting the needs of a sophisticated client base both in Japan and in the wider Asia Pacific region. Nishimura’s long experience and knowledge of the market will make a valuable contribution towards achieving our growth objectives while remaining responsive to local investor requirements.” Quality Capital Management Asia Ltd is registered with the Japan Financial Services Agency as an Investment Advisory Member.

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