Accountants Numerica have taken on additional premises in Birmingham city centre to complement the range of services offered from its Edgbaston office.
The additional business space is in the Institute of Directors' complex.
Numerica, which is a national provider of business services, has had an office in Edgbaston for a number of years. Its business recovery, corporate finance and forensic accounting teams now operate from both offices.
Business recovery partner, Bob Bailey, said: "Although we already have an office in Birmingham we have for sometime felt that we could be closer to our business colleagues and advisers."
He added: "We are in the process of building a bigger business recovery team to work with our clients in Birmingham and the West Midlands and we will be offering the full range of services including both corporate and personal insolvency as well as turnaround and recovery."
Corporate finance partner Jenny Greenway, added: "The market has picked up considerably and we are working with a number of companies who are looking to dispose or acquire businesses.
"The marketplace is very active, with hungry entrepreneurs looking for growth opportunities. We are currently advising several clients on development capital. An additional office in the centre of Birmingham's business activity will help us develop our business."
Forensic accounting and dispute resolution director, Stephen Lewis, said: "This additional office will enable our national FADR team to enhance its offering to the West Midlands area."