Shenzhen, China, June 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- PFM Trading, Inc., (www.PFMTrading.com), the China-based broker-dealer says it will open a new satellite office in Hong Kong as it steps up its efforts to compete for a larger share of the fast-growing e-commerce and technology sector IPO market.
“The imminent Alibaba Holdings IPO will almost certainly see a wave of smaller companies attempt to come to market on its coat-tails during the course of the next year or so and it is our intention to be on hand to provide the essential services and expertise not to mention the extensive networks needed to successfully bring these innovators to as many investors as possible,” explained Warren Odey, chief executive officer at PFM Trading.
PFM Trading recently announced that respected Wall street deal maker, Edward Gold would be joining its ranks with a view to driving the company’s market making activities. He is expected to spearhead the drive to establish the company’s presence within the technology IPO space by leveraging his extensive global network of contacts.
“The stock market debuts of companies like King Digital Entertainment and Twitter have fired the imagination of many technology and e-commerce innovators and many are keen to tap investors for the funds that will help drive their businesses forward without necessarily having to list on a US exchange. We aim to be at the vanguard of the Asia-Pacific region’s effort to provide investors with the opportunity to trade in the stocks of these companies through Hong Kong,” added Mr. Odey.
PFM Trading says it hopes the new offices will be open by the third quarter of 2014.
About PFM Trading, Inc.:
PFM Trading, Inc. is an independent investment and wealth management practice based in China, and staffed by consummate professionals with a verifiable track record of success in the global financial markets. As at 1 January 2013, PFM Trading managed over $3.5 billion of assets on behalf of esteemed clients around the world.
Here at PFM Trading, we enjoy an enviable reputation within the wealth management community. To others, the phrases “unique approach” and “due diligence” represent no more than marketing-speak but to us, they are a code: a code that is indelibly inscribed upon every part of our organization.