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haysmacintyre relocates to new office in Holborn

haysmacintyre relocates to new office to accommodate expansion and working practices

haysmacintyre relocates to new office in Holborn

TOP 50 accountants haysmacintyre has relocated to new office in central London to accommodate the firm’s expansion.

The firm, which grew fee income by 5.2% over the last year according to the Accountancy Age Top 50+50, has moved to a new office in Holborn, where it will occupy 17,500 squre feet across one floor of the building.

Simon Wilks, managing partner at haysmacintyre said: “The decision to relocate our office to Red Lion Square offers haysmacintyre the opportunity to accommodate the whole firm on one floor which will ensure we continue to offer the best service to our clients and a better working environment for staff and partners.”

Around 50% of the firm’s business is within the corporate market – small and medium sized enterprises – with 40% coming from charitable and not for profit organisations.

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