Staveley & Partners moves to Dublin’s corporate district
It’s been six months since Staveley & Partners became part of the global Tungsten Capital Group, and in that time, despite the economic climate, it has been a pleasure to see the company go from strength to strength.
Thanks to the strong relationships developed by the team over its 40-year history, as well as the professional skill of the retained core team members, the company has experienced a growing workload, which has resulted in the decision to move to larger premises in central Dublin.
It is a pivotal moment for Staveley & Partners, which has been happily located in Dun Laoghaire for more than half of the company’s lifetime. However, it’s a wonderful reason to be in need of a change. The new head office will be at Pembroke Street Upper, just off Fitzwilliam Square in the heart of Georgian corporate Dublin.
Now that the world is no longer in lockdown, and remote working is not the only option, as a team we wanted to facilitate in-person communications with clients and prospective clients seeking our services. While we continue to conduct communications willingly online as well, it was important to us to embrace new opportunities with an accessible office. With that in mind, Pembroke Street is happily accessible by all modes of public transport and within short walking distance of St. Stephen’s Green, government buildings and many of Dublin’s.
Tungsten Capital Group CEO, Peter Elliott, said: “It is a great pleasure to me that we are able to have more in person meetings post pandemic, and as Staveley & Partners has settled into the Tungsten Capital Group so seamlessly in the last six months we wanted to make a change that helped our teams to be even more readily available for our clients. It’s important for us that everyone we work with feels supported and a spring step into central Dublin feels like an exciting move.”
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