PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla., Aug. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Sloud, Inc., (Pink Sheets: SLOU) announced that it has changed its corporate name to Leone Asset Management, Inc., with the State of Nevada and has also notified FINRA of the name change. In addition, the Company will also apply for a new ticker symbol that will be announced shortly.
Company President, Tony Khodadad stated, "Changing our name is another step in our corporate progression and I believe the new name better demonstrates and reflects the Company's focus on providing asset management services."
About Leone Asset Management
Leone Asset Management, Inc., is a U.S. corporation with offices in Panama City Beach, FL., and San Diego, CA. Sierra Leone subsidiary, Leone Asset Management (SL) Ltd., operates as a Government contractor as well as owning and operating a group of diversified subsidiaries that provide financial advice on individual wealth management, mergers, acquisitions, restructurings, financing, real estate and development, and capital raises to a global client base including individuals, corporations, partnerships, institutions and governments. For additional information, visit: www.leoneasset.com
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