MHA MacIntyre Hudson takes up residence at London Wall Place

24 December 2019 2 min. read
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As the firm looks to build upon a strong year, MHA MacIntyre Hudson has opted to shift its London head office to an expansive new location at London Wall Place. The professional services firm was one of the major winners at the 2019 British Accountancy Awards.

Professional services firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson provides accountancy, audit, tax and business advisory services to enterprises and individuals in the UK. In recent years the firm embarked on a fast-growth trajectory, mainly through acquisition. As the firm bids to expand its UK firm, MHA has relocated its head office in London.

MHA was formerly based at New Bridge Street, in Blackfriars, but has now moved its London operations to a spacious, state-of-the-art premises at 2 London Wall Place. The move is aimed at allowing staff and partners to work in agile and collaborative fashion, with the new space having been designed to encourage collaboration between staff and clients.

MHA MacIntyre Hudson takes up residence at London Wall Place

Managing Partner and Group Chairman Rakesh Shaunak said, “Our office move sets the seal on a successful year. In addition to strengthening our international links with the Baker Tilly network, we have acquired several new listed clients and reinforced our tax and audit expertise in crucial areas through a series of successful acquisitions.”

The office relocation comes at the end of a strong year for MHA, with the firm having expanded its profile by adopting the global brand of its international network, Baker Tilly International, in April. The move was said to emphasise their worldwide brand and the ability to help clients flourish on the global stage.

Closer to home, meanwhile, MHA was also one of the major winners at this year’s British Accountancy Awards, winning three accolades including the prestigious National Firm of the Year award, something Shaunak said shows “increasingly businesses look to us as one of the main challengers to the Big Four.”