Insolvency firm Parker Andrews Norwich expands

February 25, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

PARKERNorwich based insolvency firm, Parker Andrews has announced the opening of a new office in Portsmouth to serve the South of the UK

The new office on the South coast opened a few weeks ago and is now fully up and running.

The expansion from the company’s headquarters in Norwich, means the firm has offices in Cambridge, Ipswich, London and now Portsmouth.

Nick Cusack, one of the firm’s licensed insolvency practitioners is in charge of the new office.

He said “We are really excited about the expansion. The new office provides us with a great opportunity to continue our growth plans and to move to a new area of the country.”

We identified a gap in the market on the south coast. In our business we have to be close to the people we are helping so the new office will allow us to properly service a broad area in the south of the country and Isle of Wight more effectively.”

The firm has taken offices in Gatcombe House, an historic Grade II listed building just off the M27 motorway.

Nick is particularly delighted with the location having worked in nearby Southampton and as he was born and raised in Portsmouth, Nick knows the city well. ‘It’s exciting for us that we’re expanding the footprint of the business into the south and we’re looking forward to strengthening our ties with the city.”

The company has also expanded its Norwich head office with a move into the recently refurbished Union Building on Rose Lane.

Anthony Antorkas, Director at Parker Andrews Norwich said ’we are delighted to have taken on 3 new members of staff in Norwich since last November and we are planning to expand further in the very near future.”

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