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A boutique banking group specialising in oil industry investments has revealed its plans to establish a presence in an exclusive area of central London office space.
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co has been advising on some large-scale merger and acquisition deals since its founding in 2007 and a new office in London is seen as a way for the firm to build its presence in key European markets.
Having secured agreements on office space at 33 St James Square in Westminster, the company is now looking to recruit several dozen new high-level staff members as it aims to grow its business and take advantage of being based a virtual stone’s throw away from BP’s international headquarters.
“We have had phenomenal success in the US and see an opportunity to replicate that in Europe,” explained the group’s chairman and chief executive Bobby Tudor.
“The specialist boutique model has proved well suited to the sector and one of our strengths is that we are made up of a combination of senior bankers and industry professionals,” he added.
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co was set-up by a group of former bankers and the deals it has been advising on in recent years have often involved several billion pounds at a time.
The company is rated by Dealogic as being among the best merger and acquisition advisory firms in the US, despite a workforce much smaller than many of its rivals in the oil and gas sector.
BP’s international headquarters are at 1 St James’ Square in central London and the energy giant also has a major office space presence in various other parts of the UK, Europe and the world.