Donnelley Financial Relocates Pittsburgh Office to State-of-the-art Downtown Facility
Press release from the issuing company
PITTSBURGH, April 4, 2001- R.R. Donnelley Financial, the worldwide financial printer and customized communications solutions company, has relocated its Pittsburgh operations to downtown's Golden Triangle to be closer to its client base. The new full-service center significantly enhances R.R. Donnelley Financial's presence in Pittsburgh and reflects the continuous growth of its business and commitment to offering the highest quality customer service.
The Pittsburgh service center provides a complete range of support for the area's financial community, including corporations, securities lawyers, investment bankers and investment management companies. The facility offers R.R. Donnelley Financial's traditional services, such as comfortable conference rooms, a spacious lounge area and the ability to create, file, print and distribute financial documents quickly and easily anywhere in the world. Adding to its traditional services, the new Pittsburgh center offers up-to-the-minute communications technology that links Internet-ready conference rooms with worldwide technology networks.
"Our leading-edge service center in Pittsburgh offers our local clients convenient access to world-class financial printing and document management, a comfortable yet professional working environment, and the enhanced technologies they require for their IPOs, privatizations, mergers, acquisitions, and other financial transactions," said division director Joe Bundick, vice president of R.R. Donnelley Financial and director of the northeast region.
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