New Leeds office for advisory firm


Interpath Advisory, the independent advisory firm that was formed following the sale of KPMG’s UK Restructuring practice, has opened its new office in the heart of Leeds city centre at Tailors Corner on Thirsk Row.

Taking 3,481 sq ft in the historic seven-story former fabric and garment warehouse, the firm joins other tenants in the building including James Hambro & Partners (Financial Planning and Wealth Management adviors) and Circus PPC, the Pay Per Click marketing agency.

It comes less than a year after the business was founded following the sale of KPMG’s UK restructuring practice to H.I.G. Capital and Interpath’s managing directors.

The Yorkshire Interpath restructuring and turnaround team is 45 strong in and led by managing directors James Clark, Kenny McKay and Howard Smith. The team has strong growth plans for the future, including broadening out its wider advisory offering following Interpath’s recent expansion into forensic, valuations, M&A and transaction services.

James Clark

Clark,said: “Our team has a long and proud heritage of working shoulder to shoulder with organisations across Yorkshire helping them to navigate periods of challenge and areas of opportunity. While we’re all adapting to new ways of flexible working in the wake of the pandemic, it’s great that we now have a space that we can call our own, where we can host clients and contacts and reconnect in person.”

He added that the new office at Tailors Corner combines the best of Leeds’ industrial heritage with modern contemporary and flexible ways of working, noting that it provides the flexibility to collaborate across the growing team as it looks to launch new business lines and services.

Blair Nimmo, chief executive of Interpath Advisory, said: “Following the opening of the first Interpath office in Edinburgh last September, the roll-out of our UK office portfolio continues at pace. These fantastic new premises in Leeds, which will house one of our largest regional teams, reaffirms our longstanding commitment to the city region.”