Lexinta Announces the Opening Of Its Latest Office In Budapest

ZUG, Switzerland, 06 December, 2016 – Lexinta announces, with immediate effect, the opening of its latest office in Budapest, located in the prestigious Váci út 1, a UNESCO World Heritage listed building and former home to the Budapest Stock Exchange. The office will be the home of Lexinta KFT a company of the Lexinta Group.

The opening of the new office represents the sustained growth for the Swiss based independent global asset management group as the company looks to increase its market share of assets under management in its primary target markets of Europe and Asia. The Budapest office opening follows that of the Hong Kong office in May 2015.

Bismark Badilla, President of Lexinta, says: “Lexinta has always maintained strong relationships within Central and Eastern Europe. The opening of our Budapest office confirms our commitment to the region and demonstrates our continued growth internationally. We look forward to serving our existing relationships and forging new ones from our office in Hungary.”

Lexinta Kft
Váci út 1
Budapest
Hungary

About Lexinta
Lexinta is a privately owned independent global asset management group. Lexinta is the registered trademark of Lexinta AG a public limited company incorporated in Zug, Switzerland, with commercial register number CH-170.3.035.396-3. Lexinta AG is licensed as an asset management company and financial intermediary under Swiss law. Lexinta AG is a member of the FINMA recognised Self-Regulatory Organisation’s (SRO’s) PolyReg (www.polyreg.ch) and PolyAsset (www.polyasset.ch).

For further information on Lexinta please visit: www.lexinta.com

Media Contact:
Nadia Hunziker
Lexinta AG Zurich Branch
+41 41 544 83 89
public-relations@lexinta.com

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