(Pictured: Daniel Celeghin)
Casey Quirk, the US-based advisory and research business for funds management, has opened an office in the region, with partner Daniel Celeghin relocating from New York to Hong Kong last month.
Celeghin, who has been a frequent visitor to Australia, along with his fellow partner and Boston-based Ben Phillips, who is well known to Australian managers, has become ‘head of Asia Pacific’ for the firm.
Celeghin is visiting Australia next week to see clients. He said that he was already working on a new assignment and was hopeful of expanding the office in due course.
Casey Quirk is the world’s largest management consultancy dedicated solely to advising fund managers on their business strategies. It boasts at least 17 of the top 25 managers as among its clients.