Slater & Gordon takes on Manchester HQ and re-jigs UK management

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  • Good to see the old Cobbetts building put back to use.

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  • When do they move? Presumably impacts 'Pannone Corporate', as don't they share back office services with Slater & Gordon at the moment.

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  • Goodbye all other Manchester claimant PI firms. This is your large asteroid hitting the earth moment.

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  • Pannone Corporate will be hit, they will have to stand alone, in other words grow up and see how life is, bloody hard.

    S&G are now the biggest in the north apart from Irwin Mitchell, who I am sure they will take over in the next three years. HQ, are they moving staff form London, it would make sense, all back office shouldn't be in London, not with the SQ fee's.

    PW

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  • I'm sure Pannone Corporate have put plans in place already.

    As for back office operations, it makes financial sense to focus roles in Manchester.

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  • I wish Pannone Corporate well, they should keep a well loved brand name alive, although I think it will be hard but all the best.

    If Slater and Gordon don't move all the back office and support to Manchester they will be losing a fortune, they have Mosley Street at £12/13 per sq ft, what is the going rate in London? £25/30? In addition the rates for staff will be 5/10% lower than in London.

    Think we are just about to see how commercially astute S&G are with that one.

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