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Kneip expands European presence with new office in Frankfurt

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Kneip has expanded its European presence with the opening of an office in Frankfurt, Germany, headed by Dr Jürgen Fass.

 

Germany is increasingly important to the fund management industry. With EUR1.1bn net assets, the market is currently the third biggest in Europe after Luxembourg and France. By establishing a physical presence in the region, KNEIP will gain a more in-depth understanding of the issues affecting the market and consequently provide a more tailored and insightful service.
 
Fass joined Kneip in 2005 as relationship manager for German speaking clients in Luxembourg, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In his new role as manager of the German office, he will also be in close contact with German industry associations, regulatory bodies and other regional stakeholders to gain an insight into the challenges that the industry faces in light of forthcoming European regulatory obligations, particularly UCITS IV.
 
Commenting on the opening of the German office, Bob Kneip (pictured), CEO of Kneip, says:
“The opening of a local office in Frankfurt is in-line with our 2011 growth strategy and with our ambition to be closer to our clients. This development will help to enhance our market intelligence and better service our German client base.”

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