Alexander and Co has announced that its Manchester office has moved to “bigger and brighter” premises following a period of growth.
The firm relocated its head office from its “longtime home” of St Ann’s Square to Deansgate, occupying much of the top floor at Bruntwood’s Centurion House.
The new office will be home to its accountancy, tax and business advisory teams, which include audit and assurance, tax advisory and tax compliance for both private client and corporate clients, corporate finance, business valuation and forensic accounting.
St Ann’s Square has housed Alexander and Co for several decades, and the firm said that throughout this time it has “seen many changes”, including “key chapters” in Manchester’s history.
Across all areas of its business, it witnessed requirements for “unprecedented” levels of support from businesses over the last 18 months.
Whilst still also available remotely, the firm said it also welcomes clients “old and new” to Centurion House.
Stephen Verber, partner at Alexander and Co, said: “The organic expansion of the firm and collaborative working ethos has brought forward the requirement for the expansion.
“Clients and staff remain paramount to us; our new office will enable us to better assist our wide range of clients across the North West and further afield.”