TigerRisk Takes Offices to Lease in London to Launch New London HQ

American owned company take new offices to lease in London.

 

New HQ opened in the UK capital by risk management specialists TigerRisk.

 

Capital and risk management company TigerRisk have announced that they will be taking space within high quality offices to lease in London. The company stated that the move was carried out in order to get closer to UK and European clients. TigerRisk are primarily based in New York but the new London office will handle the company’s growing participation in the UK market. The new move to offices to lease in London will allow the company to grow even further and attract new clients not based in America.

 

The move has been seen as a hugely positive development by those watching the current economic market. TigerRisk have a good reputation both in America and overseas and the move could bring a lot of new business to the London area. Chairman and CEO John Goldsmith has also built up a good reputation for successful businesses and could be a valuable addition to the UK capital’s economy.

 

Commenting on the decision to set up in offices to lease in London, TigerRisk CEO Rod Fox said: “With the growth of TigerRisk, our entry into the London marketplace was the next step in our evolution. We have demonstrated that an entrepreneurial firm staffed with an extraordinary group of professionals can effectively compete and deliver real value.”

 

TigerRisk are the first American owned company to move to offices to lease in London since 2003. Both the company and its clients are highly optimistic that the move will both benefit the economy and the company itself. Speaking about this Mr Goldsmith commented: “I had no doubt when I became aware of the extraordinary depth of talent and technology resident at TigerRisk that this firm will be very successful. I’m convinced that talented London brokers will be drawn to the opportunity that a new, privately held venture like this offers them.”

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