Gold-i set to open Shanghai office in 2016


FX trading systems integration firm Gold-i is gearing up for Asian expansion: the company plans to open an office in China next year in response to growing demand for its services in the Asia-Pacific region.

The new Shanghai-based office, already set up as a Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise (WOFE), is set to open in March 2016.

It is being headed up by Max Tsen who has a significant experience in providing technical support in Asia.

Mr Tsen is currently working from Gold-i’s UK office, where he is gaining an in-depth understanding of the company’s products, service and culture.

Tom Higgins, CEO of Gold-i comments:

“This is the first Gold-i office outside the UK and an exciting development for the company. We already have a number of prestigious broker clients in China and wanted to have a local language support team which operates within the Asia-Pac time zone. Our team in China will offer the same exceptional levels of support as Gold-i’s UK-based team. We hope that having a local presence will fuel further growth in the region and plan to hire more support staff as the business grows.”

Max Tsen added:

“I am looking forward to my new role in extending Gold-i’s excellent levels of support into the China region. It’s a particularly exciting time to be joining Gold-i and a great opportunity for me to be part of an innovative, rapidly growing and highly respected organisation.”

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