Warburg Pincus is relocating a senior dealmaker to Singapore from New York as the firm bolsters its presence in the region, according to Bloomberg News.

After moving to Singapore, Andrew Park, a managing director who has focused on investments in technology and healthcare information technology, will focus on pan-Asia tech investing, Bloomberg reported. Park joined the firm in 2008.

Alexander Roso, a Warburg principal, will also relocate from New York to Singapore, where he’ll report to Saurabh Agarwal, the firm’s head of Southeast Asia private equity, as reported by Bloomberg. Roso will spend time evaluating Australian opportunities as part of his role, the people said.