Articles - Emerald Group Launches Singapore Office


 Following its successful launch in November 2009, The Emerald Group’s Hong Kong branch has gone from strength to strength in the insurance and investment recruitment markets across Greater China and Southeast Asia. With many successful placements so far across Asia including Hong Kong, Singapore, Mainland China, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan and Korea we can now lay claim to a genuine reach out across the whole of Asia-Pacific.

 Our success in Hong Kong is now being strengthened by the addition of another office in Singapore in April of 2012, and the upcoming opening of Shanghai in Aug/ Sept 2012, which further demonstrates our ambition in the Asia market and our deep commitment to meeting our clients’ needs on a local basis.

 In the past two years, The Emerald Group has built up a strong reputation by providing high quality, professional and industry specific knowledge to both our clients and candidates.

 Therefore, if you are looking to recruit high calibre candidates from either the local region or further afield, or you are merely considering your own career at this stage and would be interested in hearing about local or global opportunities, we would be delighted to speak further with you.

 With our global network of international offices in London, Frankfurt, Sydney and Zurich we are able to assist Insurance and Investment professionals who would like to seek opportunities either locally or on a global basis.

 Contact Information-
 Hong Kong Office
 Brian Mok, Senior Manager
 E: brian.mok@emerald-group.com
 T: 852 2541 3316
 16/F Man Yee Bulding, 60-68 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong

 Singapore Office
 Michael Doherty, Director
 E: Michael.doherty@emerald-group.com
 T: 65 6824 8266
 19/F Royal Group Bulding, 3 Phillip Street, Singapore, 048693

 www.emerald-group.com
  

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