FD makes mark on Singapore

FD has expanded in the Asia Pacific with the opening of its first office in Singapore.

Laurel Teo joins as vice president, Singapore, from Singaporean newspaper Business Times.

Since its launch in 2005, FD's Asia Pacific team has grown to around 50 PR and IR consultants across five offices in the region.

Teo will advise FD clients in the region included Standard Bank, RGM International and the Dubai Mercantile Exchange.

'Singapore is a key centre for any consultancy that is serious about doing business in Asia, and we see a local presence as a core strategic component of our regional development,' said FD CEO Asia Diana Footitt.

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