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Equifax moves to new City of London office at Bank

Credit reference agency Equifax has moved offices to 1 Angel Court, Bank, in the City of London.

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Previously located in Marylebone, the move puts Equifax closer to a large number of its key business partners and offers improved onsite facilities for employees and to attract future talent.

 

The office at features floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of London, a garden terrace, business lounge and onsite restaurant. The 8,700 sq ft open-plan layout is specifically designed to embrace flexible working methods, the company said, with additional spare seats to encourage and facilitate collaborative working.

 

Patricio Remόn, president of europe at Equifax, said: “After 24 years at our previous office, we wanted to move closer to our key clients to help foster and grow our strong working relationships.

 

“As a progressive organisation, it was a key priority to deliver an improved working space for the 100 people we have based in London. We look forward to enjoying the many benefits of this new bustling location at the heart of the UK financial centre and welcoming our many client partners to this new and inspiring workspace.”

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