The financial crisis of 2008 has changed the property landscape for the banking and finance industry. It has had a profound impact on the way financial companies use property given the nature of their operations.

Every real-estate decision has financial implications, and any property strategy will have far-reaching effects that can aid or impede the company’s growth. It is therefore increasingly common for banking companies to undertake a more stringent review of their evolving office needs. As part of the due diligence process, banks consider the operational nature and function of a bank division. That then dictates property decisions as the bank looks to function at optimal efficiency and technical competence.

Possessing intimate knowledge of the banking industry in terms of space utilisation and work flow, we provide crucial insight into how the financial institutions of today can extract maximum value from their real estate, against ever-changing economic conditions. As each banking client is unique, our property solutions are always bespoke to suit the needs of the client.