On the eve of its first anniversary, Interpath Advisory, the independent advisory firm that was formed following the sale of KPMG’s UK Restructuring practice, has opened its new London headquarters at 10 Fleet Place.
Interpath, which employs 57 Managing Directors and approximately 530 people across the UK, has taken 13,913 sq. ft. of space in the building and joins other blue-chip tenants including Mott MacDonald, the global engineering consultancy, and CNBC, recently acquired by Comcast and Verizon Group.
Interpath was founded on 4 May 2021 following the sale of KPMG’s UK restructuring practice to H.I.G. Capital and Interpath’s Managing Directors. The firm opened its first office in Edinburgh last September, swiftly followed by premises in Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Nottingham, Reading, Newcastle, Bristol and Aberdeen. It will open its 11th and final UK office in Manchester later this month. Since its launch, the company has expanded into new service offerings, including forensic, valuations, M&A and transaction services.
Blair Nimmo, chief executive of Interpath Advisory, said: “The past 12 months have seen us go on an incredible journey, from starting life as an independent business, to opening offices across the length and breadth of the country, recruiting some brilliantly-talented people and expanding into new advisory offerings. It therefore feels rather apt that we are able to round off an amazing year by opening the doors to our new headquarters on the eve of our first birthday.
“When searching for our new base, it was paramount that we were able to find somewhere which could provide a sustainable, state-of-the-art, flexible working environment, right in the heart of the City, where our people can flourish, and which helps us to deliver the very best client service. We’re really proud of the innovative way in which we’ve designed the space. It looks fantastic, and we look forward to expanding our business further in the months and years ahead from our new home.”