BAKER TILLY is moving its London staff, headquarters and senior management team into a new flagship City office.
The firm’s London busines operated from 3 separate offices but will have fully relocated and moved into their new headquarters by the end of today (8 November).
The new office is located in the Nexus Building at 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4.
David Gwilliam, Baker Tilly’s London managing partner, said: “We have made a key and strategic decision to invest in a single London office which will house all of our London team under one roof.
“The Nexus building is a striking and new London base for our business in a prime part of the City.
“Bringing together our London team in one location will enhance and strengthen our operations allowing us to deliver the best possible streamlined service to our clients.”
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