Moore Stephens Isle of Man, leading providers of multi-sector accountancy, consultancy and financial services, has expanded with the acquisition of 32 Athol Street in Douglas, once known as the Penny Bank building. The new facility becomes the home of the Moore Stephens Retirement Solutions, Financial Services and Compliance departments.
“We just ran out of space – with over 65 staff members in the firm, our offices at 26/28 Athol Street and 4 Upper Church Street could no longer accommodate our team. When this building became available, we jumped at the opportunity,” said Clive Dixon, managing partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man. “We have completely renovated the building, which included discovering and preserving some of the bank’s original features. Number 32 now has great facilities and offices for our team and brand new conference rooms for clients.”
The move is Moore Stephens’ second in the last four years – in 2011 Moore Stephens expanded into 4 Upper Church Street.
“Despite global economic challenges, we are gratified that the firm is able to continue to expand as we develop new markets,” Clive observed.
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