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Options opens new Midtown Manhattan office

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Options, a managed service and IT infrastructure provider to the global capital markets industry, has has expanded its operations in New York, relocating its Midtown office to a new, larger space on Third Avenue. 

The move, necessary to accommodate the firm’s continued growth in the US, follows the recent consolidation of the IaaS provider’s two existing London offices into one larger space in the Victoria area of central London. Combined, the new offices in New York and London will have capacity for over 150 employees.

Options’ global client presence now spans over 20 countries and the expanded New York office will complement existing offices in Chicago, Hong Kong, Singapore, Belfast and London. The new Midtown office will allow for growth within Options’ engineering, account management and sales teams as well as the US arm of Options’ 24/7, global support team. 

This latest office expansion follows an extensive period of growth for the company in the US, which has seen the firm acquire the New York-based hedge fund consultancy firm, Jake Roy Pillar, in addition to a number of high-profile client wins, including the leading global hedge fund, Whitebox.

Options CEO, Nigel Kneafsey, says: “The new Midtown office will allow us to grow our US footprint and expand the hugely talented team we already have in place here. The bigger space will see the US team grow to over 50 people in early 2016, while ensuring we have the capacity to continue to attract and hire the top financial technology talent in New York. As we continue to scale globally, our key focus is on improving and fine-tuning our high-touch, highly personalised customer engagement and support model. To that end, this new location will ensure our sales, engineering and support teams have a fantastic base from which to support all our clients, right across the US.” 

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