Nasdaq opens office in the Philippines

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nasdaqTechnology stock exchange Nasdaq has opened a customer service center in the Philippines to support trading in the country’s rapidly growing outsourcing industry. The operator of the exchange says on February 19 that the office will be part of its efforts to provide 24-hour support services for its corporate clients with 170 staff.

For foreign companies, the Philippines has become an important country in Southeast Asia for call centers and outsourcing of back office business functions.

“We are dedicated to expanding our service center in Manila to support one of our fastest-growing businesses at Nasdaq,” said Robert Fröjd, Managing Director, Nasdaq OMX South Asia, Southeast Asia & Pacific, based in Singapore.

“This new opening boosts our presence in the region, while giving us a prime opportunity to leverage local talent and technological service expertise that is so highly-regarded in Southeast Asia,” he added.

“Our presence in Manila is an essential part of our strategy to provide the finest service and support to our Corporate Solutions business globally,” said Paul McKeown, Senior Vice President, Sales and Service, Corporate Solutions, Nasdaq OMX.

Aside from its stock and futures markets in the US, Nasdaq has exchanges in Europe as well as stock index and trading technology businesses. In Asia, 17 exchanges run its trading and post-trading technology.

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Technology stock exchange Nasdaq has opened a customer service center in the Philippines to support trading in the country’s rapidly growing outsourcing industry. The operator of the exchange says on February 19 that the office will be part of its efforts to provide 24-hour support services for its corporate clients with 170 staff.

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nasdaqTechnology stock exchange Nasdaq has opened a customer service center in the Philippines to support trading in the country’s rapidly growing outsourcing industry. The operator of the exchange says on February 19 that the office will be part of its efforts to provide 24-hour support services for its corporate clients with 170 staff.

For foreign companies, the Philippines has become an important country in Southeast Asia for call centers and outsourcing of back office business functions.

“We are dedicated to expanding our service center in Manila to support one of our fastest-growing businesses at Nasdaq,” said Robert Fröjd, Managing Director, Nasdaq OMX South Asia, Southeast Asia & Pacific, based in Singapore.

“This new opening boosts our presence in the region, while giving us a prime opportunity to leverage local talent and technological service expertise that is so highly-regarded in Southeast Asia,” he added.

“Our presence in Manila is an essential part of our strategy to provide the finest service and support to our Corporate Solutions business globally,” said Paul McKeown, Senior Vice President, Sales and Service, Corporate Solutions, Nasdaq OMX.

Aside from its stock and futures markets in the US, Nasdaq has exchanges in Europe as well as stock index and trading technology businesses. In Asia, 17 exchanges run its trading and post-trading technology.

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