Interpath Advisory opens Aberdeen office in Silver Fin building

Interpath Advisory opens Aberdeen office in Silver Fin building

Blair Nimmo

Interpath Advisory has opened its new office in Aberdeen in the Silver Fin building at 455 Union Street.

Founded in May 2021 following the sale of KPMG’s UK Restructuring practice, Interpath is an independent financial advisory business with a broad range of specialisms that helps organisations facing challenge or opportunity to navigate what’s next.

The firm has based itself in the Silver Fin building in the heart of the city. Other tenants of the building include Neo Energy, Prosafe, Barclays and Kellis Midsteam, with Shell also announcing plans to move its North East headquarters into the premises.

The opening of Interpath’s new office in Aberdeen comes hot on the heels of its first UK office, which opened in Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square earlier in September.

The firm, which is headquartered in London, plans to open a further 9 offices across the UK, with leases also already agreed for properties in Reading and Nottingham.

Blair Nimmo, chief executive of Interpath Advisory, said: “Following the opening of our new premises in Edinburgh earlier this month, the roll-out of our new Interpath offices continues at pace. Aberdeen and the broader North East of Scotland is an important market for us, so we’re delighted that our second home is here in the Granite City.”

Geoff Jacobs, managing director, who leads Interpath’s team in Aberdeen and has worked in the local market for over 10 years, added: “Following our launch as an independent business earlier in the year, it’s been vitally important for us to find a home in the centre of the city that provides us with a first-class, dynamic working environment. The Silver Fin Building is an outstanding space, giving us the flexibility we need to be able to collaborate across teams, whilst being right in the heart of the business community so we are close to hand for our clients.”

Interpath has a team of 80 people across Scotland, of which six are based full-time in Aberdeen. In recent months, the team has worked with organisations across the North East, Dundee and the Highlands of Scotland to help them navigate the turbulence stemming from the pandemic and broader economic uncertainty.

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