Amsterdam, December 17, 2013
In line with the company's course of global expansion, Orangefield Group is
opening a new office in SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil. The office is open as of December 17
of this year and will not only service Brazil, but the entire Latin-American
Orangefield Group, a global full service provider of administration, management,
real estate and trust services, is acting on the recent positive developments in
the Brazilian market. The opportunities in this country are substantial, as
Brazil now counts as one of the most important emerging markets in the world.
Brazil's market growth is generally considered to rival or even exceed that of
its trading partner China.
The new location in Brazil will be a representative office and direct point of
contact. The main purpose of the office is to have a location closer to clients
in the Latin-American region. "Our client base in Brazil is large and expanding
rapidly," says Joep Bruins, CEO at Orangefield Group. "By having a
representative office closer to our clients we can be of better service and take
immediately action as opportunities arise in this area. Potential new clients
that are planning to start activities outside of Brazil should be able to get in
contact with us easily."
With the opening of the new office in Brazil, Orangefield Group will be located
in 18 countries across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
For more information please contact our Latin-American representatives:
Mr. Tijs Jansen, t: + 55 11 3568 2746 |m: + 55 11 9888 91542 |e:
Ms. Damaris Narvaez, t: + 55 11 3568 2747 |m: + 55 11 9420 59251 |e:
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