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Acquisitive £100m Professional Services Group Xeinadin Takes Flagship Office Space

A professional services group has signed up to take office space at a flagship destination in Manchester city centre.

Xeinadin Group’s deal will see subsidiary Kay Johnson Gee move into 8,000 sq ft of space at 100 Barbirolli Square by June 1.

The eighth office will also have capacity to house central Xeinadin teams including operations, marketing, central finance and IT functions as well as some of the corporate finance team.

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The new office can accommodate 125 people on a hybrid basis. KJG Xeinadin Group currently has around 70 team members.

Alex White, managing partner at KJG Xeinadin Group, said: “This is an exciting time for us.

“We’re rewarding a number of our incredible people with promotions as well as bringing in experienced talent from outside like Michael, and the office move gives us a great platform to keep growing as a key hub of Xeinadin.”

Michael Butt, director, audit and accounting at KJG Xeinadin Group, added: “Now is a very exciting time to join KJG.

“As part of the Xeinadin Group, there is access to a wide range of expertise, continuous innovation and professionalism of a big firm whilst retaining the entrepreneurship and close relationships which are hugely valuable to our clients.

“I am pleased to be back on Mancunian soil and excited to be working with such a great team.”

Xeinadin was formed in 2019 through a merger of over 100 small and medium-sized accountancy practices in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

During its latest financial year, the 12 months to May 31, 2022, the group’s revenue totalled £106.9m while it made a pre-tax loss of £1.2m.

The expansion comes after the group announced a string of acquisitions over the last few months.


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