Restructuring consultancy Interpath launches Bristol office

23 March 2022 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Restructuring advisory specialist Interpath Advisory has opened an office in Bristol. The news comes as the firm expands its office network across the UK.

Since establishing itself as an independent firm, with a management buyout backed by H.I.G Capital seeing the consultancy split from KPMG, Interpath Advisory has established multiple offices across the UK.

At the turn of the year, Interpath let a new headquarters in London, adding to four offices located across the UK in Edinburgh, Reading, Aberdeen and Nottingham.

Interpath launches Bristol office

The move came as the firm also announced plans to launch a further six offices across the country in the coming months. These were set to open in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Bristol and Newcastle. The latest of these locations to go live is Bristol, with the launch of Interpath’s new base at 25 King Street.

Blair Nimmo, CEO of Interpath Advisory, commented, “We’re delighted to have opened our new office in Bristol, reaffirming our commitment to the city, the wider South West and South Wales.”

Interpath has a restructuring and turnaround team of 15 people in Bristol. They will now move into the new local, which Office Leader Lee Swinerd noted was in a "superb central location" for the business.

He added, “Our team has a long and proud heritage of working shoulder to shoulder with organisations across Bristol, the South West and South Wales helping them to navigate periods of challenge and areas of opportunity. Being in such a central location in the heart of the local business community will give us the flexibility to collaborate across our growing team, as we continue to launch our new business lines and services.”

The news comes as a number of leading professional services firms bolster their offerings in Bristol. Earlier in March, for example, BDO has reopened its office in the city, with the accounting and advisory firm having refurbished the locale to better accommodate hybrid working among its staff.