Daniel Celeghin, a partner and 11-year veteran of Casey Quirk & Associates, will lead the firm’s new Hong Kong office as head of Asia-Pacific.
Casey Quirk & Associates announced Tuesday that it opened the office in Hong Kong, the first in the Asia-Pacific region for the Darien, Conn.-based management consulting firm to the global money management industry.
In a news release Tuesday, Yariv Itah, Casey Quirk’s managing partner, noted that “significant growth” in the firm’s Asia-Pacific business had contributed to a doubling in size of its revenues in less than five years.
Casey Quirk expects the Asia-Pacific region to generate $85 billion in fee revenue for investment managers for the five years through 2018.
In the news release, Mr. Celeghin predicted Asia-Pacific investors “will represent nearly a quarter of the new revenue opportunities in the global asset management industry over the next five years.”
Mr. Celeghin could not be reached immediately for comment.
Hong Kong becomes the firm’s third office, following Darien and New York.