The Parry Global Group (PGG) is a fully integrated Pan Asian Investment Services firm.
With a number of specialty boutique financial services operations all based out of Hong Kong complimented by a wealth of experience in Asian capital and equity markets, Parry Global Group companies together offer a complete financial platform for funds, institutions and corporate clients.
Parry Global Group companies are fully staffed and owned by long-term Hong Kong residents with a wealth of experience across the Asian financial and investment markets. We draw strength from experience at Investment Banks, Hedge Funds and Financial Institutions across the region.
We dedicate ourselves to building long-term and lasting relationships with our clients and look to add value and a thoroughly professional service that you will come to depend on.
The Parry Group holds a number of licenses with Hong Kong’s regulatory body, the Securities & Futures Commission - Parry International Trading (Type 1: Dealing in Securities) and Parry Capital Management (Type 9: Asset Management).
The Parry Global Group approach is a unique and simple solution for your investment and financial needs. The group companies’ operations are complimentary and together offer a comprehensive & outsourced financial solution.
The Parry Group strongly believes in long-term relationships where trust, knowledge, confidence and efficiency can flourish. Dedicated and independent solutions ensure best execution and delivery of services across our product offering, within a robust legal and regulatory environment in Hong Kong.
Clients will deal directly with the principals at the Parry Global Group, who own 100% of the business, and therefore have no conflict of interest and are able to make quick decisions to better support your needs.
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