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    Douglas-Westwood opens office in Singapore

    Company News // March 22, 2011

    Douglas-Westwood has opened a new office in Singapore. Located at 1 Fullerton in Singapore’s central business district, the new facility will manage the Douglas-Westwood group’s advisory and research business across the Asia Pacific region.

    Group CEO Andrew Reid said: “Establishing in Singapore is core to our continued internationalisation strategy and provides our organisation with a global presence, building on the investment in expanding our European and North American offices in previous years.

    "Our clients already span the region from China to Australia and we anticipate a growing appetite for our leading Advisory and Research offerings in Asia.

    “We are delighted to announce appointment of Jason Waldie who has joined the firm as Associate Director and will be based in Singapore. Jason has considerable experience of the energy sector and an outstanding academic background.”

    Jason Waldie was previously Group Head of Business Development with an energy advisory firm in Singapore and before that Samsung Corporation in Seoul, Korea. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Regina, Canada; an MBA from the University of Melbourne and a Master of Energy Management from the Institut Français du Pétrole /ESCP Europe and Norway’s Handelshøyskolen BI joint programme.

    In its 21st year of trading and described as a “top energy research group” by the Financial Times, Douglas-Westwood is an independent employee-owned company and the leading provider of business strategy, research & analysis and commercial due-diligence on the global energy sectors.

    The firm also has offices in Aberdeen Scotland, Canterbury England and on Wall Street, New York and to date has provided services to over 400 clients in 70 countries across the energy sector. 

     

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