PracticeConsultingArthur Andersen on the move

Arthur Andersen on the move

Arthur Andersen has set up a new flagship office at Brindleyplace in Birmingham, the heart of the city's developing business and leisure district.

The move signals the firm’s commitment to offering staff an innovative and attractive working environment, while simultaneously introducing new working practices to serve clients more flexibly and efficiently.

George Campion, senior partner at Andersen’s Birmingham office, said: ‘Due to rapid expansion, we were running out of space in our existing premises. Rather than simply acquiring additional space in the traditional commercial triangle around Colmore Row, we saw this as an excellent opportunity to break the mould and offer our people and clients a totally different business environment.’

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