Global investment advisor GR-NEAM LimitedÂ has announced thatÂ it has opened new offices in London.
The company, which is the Dublin-based subsidiary of GR-NEAM (General Re-New England Asset Management), has taken the decision to open the new City of London office to further expand the presence of its London branch in Europe.
The new premises are situated on 6th Floor of 3 Minster Court, Mincing Lane.
Minister Court is a complex consisting of three large buildings, designed by UK architects GMW Architects.
The GR-NEAM Limited London Branch was established in September last year (2012).
Commenting on the opening of the new office, president of GR-NEAM, Bill Rotatori, stated: “GR-NEAM, Inc. has been managing assets at Lloyd’s since 1998 and we are thrilled to formally establish our physical presence in London.
“Lloyd’s is a major insurance hub and we are committed to having the right people on the ground to service existing clients and build new relationships,” he added.
General manager and director of GR-NEAM Limited, John Connolly, said: “We are very excited that GR-NEAM’s European footprint is being expanded with the opening of our London office.
“We believe that our firm’s capabilities provide real value to Lloyds’ syndicates and managing agencies, particularly in today’s uniquely challenging environment.”
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