UK arm of Synpulse relocates in London to accommodate for growth

11 January 2018 2 min. read
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Synpulse UK has become the latest in a succession of management consultancies to take up new office space in Britain’s capital city. The firm has moved its presence in London to the centre of the metropolis, as the consulting industry braces itself for a glut of Brexit-related work from clients in the financial district.

Part of an internationally established management consultancy, Synpulse UK is a partner of multiple keystone financial services providers in London’s City area. Since its founding in 1996, the consulting firm has been supporting financial institutions along the entire value chain: from the development of strategies and their operational realisation, to technical implementation and hand-over.

Now boasting over 300 employees, the firm aims to deliver in-depth industry knowledge to clients from offices in Zurich, Geneva, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Singapore, Hong Kong, New York, as well as London. In order to cater to increased demand, which the consulting industry broadly expects to spike amid anxiety regarding Brexit, the firm has expanded into a new office at 20 St Dunstans Hill, in Central London.UK arm of Synpulse relocates in London to accommodate for growthRecently, the Bank of England reinforced forecasts that as many as 75,000 jobs could exit the City following Brexit, as the financial sector bids to maintain free-trade links with the continent. As the financial services ecosystem of London weighs up its options, Synpulse’s new office positions them well to directly interact with clients in the sector. Located between Monument and Tower Hill, the office is strategically positioned minutes away from all major institutions of London’s financial industry.

The new premises are in a boutique serviced office with modern architecture and interiors inspired by nautical designs, along with panoramic views of the river Thames and the City, and were officially inaugurated with a reception for key clients and partners at the end of 2017.

Dr Alexander Cassar, who has been the Managing Director of Synpulse UK for the past two years, said, “We believe this light, modern ambiance will inspire both our employees and our clients for new achievements.”

Commenting on the new location, Synpulse Partner Berno Ullings added, “We are moving to the heart of the City to be even closer to our clients and make partnering with them even more collaborative.”