Singapore’s Farro unviels regional headquarters in DIFC to drive global expansion
By Gloria Mathias
Farro Ventures, the parent company of Singapore-headquartered multi-family office Farro Capital and international mobility solutions provider Farro & Co., is expanding its footprint into the Middle East.
Leveraging Dubai’s regional strength as a financial hub, this builds on the firm’s commitment to enhancing its cross-border advisory platform capabilities to serve the unique needs of ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) families.
Farro Capital’s new office, located in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), will offer access to a comprehensive range of wealth management solutions spanning investment management, philanthropy advisory, estate planning, family governance & succession, and more.
Rajiv Garg, Co-founder, and Managing Director, together with Vincent Valadares, Managing Director, will lead Farro Capital’s Dubai operations, client engagement, recruitment, and the further build-out of the firm’s footprint in the region.
Garg said, “The establishment of our Dubai headquarters is an exciting new chapter of Farro Capital’s growth story. The Middle East, with its rich history of trade, investment, and wealth generation, presents ample opportunities for our business. There is a rising demand for highly sophisticated wealth management solutions from independent firms like ours that truly understand the intricate needs of wealthy clientele.”
“Farro Capital will play a leading role in supporting the continued expansion of the UAE’s family office industry, bringing a unique blend of local insights and international expertise to every client relationship.” shared Hemant Tucker, Co-Founder and CEO of Farro Capital based in Singapore.
Arif Amiri, CEO, DIFC Authority said, “We are delighted that Farro is launching their Middle East headquarters in DIFC to accelerate their next phase of growth. Farro brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the region with a strong focus on wealth management and multi-family offices, sectors that make up a huge proportion of DIFC’s clients and the overall contribution to Dubai’s economy. The move further reiterates DIFC’s position as a leading global hub for international expansion, wealth management, and multi-family offices, and marks another important DIFC Strategy 2030 growth milestone.”
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