Mercer & Hole complete rebrand and office move

Accountancy firm Mercer & Hole has completed a significant rebrand, including a new logo, and on the same day opened a flagship office on Lombard Street in London in a bid to launch a ‘confident new look’

Since 2015 Mercer & Hole has grown by 44.8% and now has 21 partners and a staff of 220 spread across four offices. The new office, designed by NHQ, is a ‘work and entertaining space in a location which is often referred to as London’s version of Wall Street’ including a terrace with views of the city, and features ‘a prominent wall sculpture of the firm’s unique ampersand design’, which has been designed by Igloo Design. The firm officially moved in on 26 November 2018.

Gill Tallon, deputy managing partner, greeted the rebrand and the move, saying: ‘We are delighted to unveil our new look in the new office. This is a really exciting time for everyone at the firm.’

Established in 1905 with offices in London, St Albans, Rickmansworth and Milton Keynes, Mercer & Hole was ranked at 35 in Accountancy’s 2018 Top 75 Accounting Firms Survey with a fee income of £18.9m, a 29.4% increase on its 2015 earnings (£14.6m). In 2017 the firm saw the retirement of Paul Webster as managing partner, with Paul Maberly replacing him. Tallon was at the same time promoted to deputy managing partner, having previously joined the firm in 1998 when part of the private client work of Arthur Anderson was transferred following its breakup.

Report by James Bunney

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