TOP 20 FIRM Crowe Clark Whitehill's Mayfair team is to move to larger offices, as it looks to better accommodate its staff and clientele in the West End.
The firm will move into 52 Jermyn Street on 23 September, just minutes from its existing office in the area, which it has occupied for 25 years. The new premises will house a team of private client advisers, a business solutions team and corporate and property audit specialists.
The move comes after Tom Elliott, a private client specialist, took over as managing director from Feroze Dada, who moved into the role of chairman.
Elliott said: "Our new premises are better set up to accommodate our clients and professional contacts, while being conveniently located in the heart of the West End. With spacious meeting rooms and a well-appointed reception area, the office at 52 Jermyn Street is ideal for client meetings, in a well-known location that affirms our commitment to maintaining a presence in Mayfair."
Crowe Clark Whitehill rose two places in this year's Accountancy Age's Top 50+50 rankings to 13th, with a fee income of £60.7m.
I worked at the predecessor firm Ckark Whitehill from 1987-1997 when they were based in New St Sq (EC4). I have no recollection of a Mafair office.
Posted by: Mark Lee, 17 Sep 2013 | 15:57
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