The offices will be staffed with senior-level teams with extensive market and regulatory knowledge, and will be in place to help clients negotiate the fast-changing local and global regulatory landscape.
The move also comes as a response to AxiomSL’s growth in France, Germany and the Iberia region. The firm has gained six new tier-one clients in Germany over the last year, and is also now working with a major Spanish bank.
Ed Royan, CEO of AxiomSL in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said: “Our on-the-ground presence allows us to be closer to our clients who are increasingly looking to us to facilitate compliance with evolving regulations.”
“We speak the local language and understand our clients and their needs. We are the global provider with a local flair.”