Friends Ivory & Sime, the London-based multi-specialist asset manager, is relocating its Edinburgh office.
Friends Ivory & Sime has agreed to take new premises in 80 George Street, Edinburgh from the National Farmer's Union. The company will relocate from its existing premises in Charlotte Square during the third quarter of 2002.
Commenting on the planned move, Howard Carter, chief executive officer, Friends Ivory & Sime, said: The relocation in Edinburgh follows the recent move to a single site, 100 Wood Street, in London. We see it as fundamental - in terms of developing the business and to ensure that we have in place the right infrastructure, which includes a high quality working environment for our staff.
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