Rathbone Investment Management has moved to a new office in the heart of Edinburgh in George Street.
The new offices at 10 George Street have been recently refurbished and offer 11,152 sq ft of flexible working space.
The office is certified with a BREEAM rating of ‘very good’ and an energy performance certification (EPC) rating of B, all of which will help Rathbone as it seeks to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The long-term move is expected to take place in June 2022. The relocation in Edinburgh coincides with the firm’s plan to realign its presence elsewhere in Scotland, with the redeployment of the Aberdeen team to Glasgow.
The move follows the retirement of regional director Meera Dennis who is planning to retire in June 2022 after 35 years in the industry. The team will be based in Glasgow with the option to work remotely as preferred.
Angus Kerr, Rathbones’ head of Scotland said: “I am very pleased to announce our new premises in Edinburgh, which promise to offer clients and employees the best possible working environment as we come back together over the coming months.
“I would also like to take this early opportunity to recognise Meera’s significant contribution to Rathbones over the past decade. She will be greatly missed and we wish her all the best for her retirement.”
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