Manchester accountancy firm opens new office in Leeds
Manchester’s Sedulo has officially expanded and launched in Leeds after acquiring accountancy firm, Bartfields, earlier this month.
Sedulo’s new space is situated in St Pauls House, Park Square, Leeds.
The concept of the new venue is to ‘incorporate the old and new’ by paying homage to the building’s 140-year-old history whilst introducing Sedulo’s new offerings of wealth management, tax, corporate finance, and funding to its Leeds/Yorkshire clients.
The new office is also set to bring a new range of events to the Leeds community with a range of World Cup, boxing and networking events lined up for the city.
The expansion into the fellow Northern city was supposedly the apparent next step with the similarity of both cities.
The success of Sedulo Manchester is now set to be replicated in Leeds, and with the team already doubling in size from 50 to 100 in the acquisition period.
Managing partner, Paul Cheetham, said: “We are delighted with the acquisition of Bartfields, the subsequent move into St Paul’s House and the success of our launch night last week.
“The uptake for the event was such we had to cap it at 200 so hopefully that’s a positive sign of how the business community of Leeds is accepting of our concept. We are very much looking forward to being in such a thriving city.”
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