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Interpath opens first UK office in Edinburgh

The firm, which is headquartered in London, plans to open a further 10 offices across the UK, with leases also already agreed for properties in Aberdeen, Reading and Nottingham

Interpath Advisory has announced it has opened its first UK office in Edinburgh, at 31 Charlotte Square.

Founded in May 2021 following the sale of KPMG’s UK Restructuring practice, Interpath is an independent financial advisory business. 

The firm has signed a lease which sees it take the second and third floors of the townhouse in Charlotte Square.

This is the first Interpath office to open following the sale of KPMG’s UK restructuring practice to H.I.G Capital and Interpath’s managing directors earlier this year. 

The firm, which is headquartered in London, plans to open a further 10 offices across the UK, with leases also already agreed for properties in Aberdeen, Reading and Nottingham.

Blair Nimmo, chief executive of Interpath Advisory, said: “This is an important and hugely exciting milestone – not just for our team in Edinburgh, but also for our wider business. To open our first Interpath office underscores the fact that we are now an independent business with a fantastic future ahead of us.”

He added: “Like many other organisations across the UK, we have had to adjust to new ways of working during the course of the pandemic, and as such, we want to ensure that all of our new office locations provide our people with a modern and flexible space that can support different styles of working. 

“Moreover, we want them to be places where we can foster a sense of purpose and collaboration amongst our teams, as well as providing excellent services for our clients.”

Alistair McAlinden, head of Interpath Advisory in Scotland, added: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have moved into our new premises. 31 Charlotte Square is a fantastic space in a superb central location, providing a first-class working environment for our team. 

“More importantly, it’s a place where our colleagues in Edinburgh can come together and reconnect, as well as allowing us to meet and host our clients in person – something I think we’ve all missed over the past 18 months.”

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