The rapidly expanding Birmingham office of recovery and restructuring operation Kroll has moved to a new site in the heart of the city's business district.
Kroll Corporate Advisory and Restructuring Group (CARG) is now at 134 Edmund Street, having outgrown its old base in Temple Row.
Kroll first opened in Birmingham in 1996, with just three staff, focusing mainly on traditional insolvency work.
Since then, the business has undergone major expansion, in both the size and breadth of its services.
This included the acquisition of Birmingham corporate finance adviser Invex in 2003.
Kroll also has a special-ist industry practice, led by Roy Kishor, who has worked in the automotive sector for 27 years.
It has five partners and 48 staff in Birmingham, complementing a national practice of more than 300 staff.
At the same time as growing its main practice areas, Kroll has been involved in some of the biggest and most high-profile corporate recovery and restructurings.
Partner Jo Wright said: "Kroll in Birmingham has grown rapidly in the past eight years and, with its broad range and depth of expertise, is able to handle some of the biggest and most complex financial projects seen in the Midlands and the UK as a whole."