Cedrus Investments, a boutique investment firm, is expanding its presence in the rapidly-growing and investment opportunity abundant Greater China region, opening its third office in the region in Shanghai in addition to its Beijing office and headquarters in Hong Kong.

Cedrus Investments’ chairman Rani Jarkas said: "Shanghai is quickly becoming a major international financial center and technology hub. Cedrus is very excited to be building a local presence.

"Cedrus made a long-term commitment to the Great China region a number of years ago, building reputable local teams, establishing valuable partnerships and solidifying itself as the trusted advisor and facilitator of cross-border business and capital flows between China and the rest of the world."

Cedrus’ Shanghai office will focus on making proprietary direct investments in China and identifying regional investment opportunities for its local clients in China and those from around the world.

Cedrus will also provide financial advisory services to small and mid-cap companies in China seeking capital from leading foreign institutional investors and looking for business partners locally and internationally.

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