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Fieldfisher commits to a long-term lease on its London headquarters



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European law firm Fieldfisher is delighted to announce a lease renewal on its London headquarters at Riverbank House, 2 Swan Lane, London EC4. The firm has signed an agreement with Man Group, an investment management business, to extend its stay in the building until 2035.

Situated in the heart of London's financial district, Riverbank House is a landmark nine-storey building with outstanding views of the River Thames and excellent access to transport links. The building has excellent BREEAM rating, and benefits from the landlord's commitment to meeting the highest environmental standards to build a sustainable legacy for the future.

The lease extension will see Fieldfisher, which has been based in Riverbank House since 2014, retain its current occupancy of circa 81,000 square feet of office space across three floors. As part of the project, the firm will also pursue an ambitious refurbishment plan to transform its existing space into a more sustainable, innovative and collaborative working environment for all of its people and clients. 

Fieldfisher's Managing Partner Robert Shooter, said: 

"We are delighted to have extended our lease and will be staying in Riverbank House, a landmark building in a highly desirable location. 

 "We are an open-minded and collaborative firm, with a history of embracing innovation and different ways of working, and this is set to continue. With this deal, our ambition is to turn our London headquarters into a vibrant and welcoming hub, a cutting-edge destination for all our colleagues, clients and future recruits.

"With our newly opened Vienna office, a recent office move in Dublin and forthcoming major moves in Hamburg and Berlin, we have been making a string of property investments, as part of our European growth agenda. This gives us an opportunity to rethink what an office space is really for and create a blueprint for how we, at Fieldfisher, work and collaborate going forward, in response to emerging technologies and alternative working models. We are excited about what comes next."

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