The leading emerging and frontier markets focused investment bank will occupy almost 15,000 sq ft for their new London headquarters.
Renaissance Capital will be taking part of the 4th floor at Park House for an undisclosed rent, which will become its new London premises. It is expected to move staff into the building in the first half of 2020 once a tailored fit out of the space has been completed. Founded in 1995, Renaissance Capital operates nine offices and offers access to over 50 equity markets across the globe. The Firm features the largest distribution platform in SSA and MENA and ranks a top-3 broker in its core markets - LSE IOB and MOEX (FY2018, Bloomberg).
“We are delighted to welcome Renaissance Capital to Park House. The building has been engineered to attract companies requiring the highest standards of accommodation in W1. Park House’s high specification and unrivalled Mayfair location are key reasons why leading international businesses call Park House home.”
Park House is a visionary, modern landmark building occupying an entire city block opposite Selfridges, between North Audley Street and Park Street. The nine-storey building comprises contemporary office space, nine double-height retail units and 39 luxury privately rented apartments. It is a two-minute walk from Marble Arch and a five-minute walk from Bond Street underground stations, with the latter set to benefit from the new Elizabeth Line.
Renaissance Capital was represented by Richard Clarke of Matthews and Goodman.
“Park House provides a modern, dynamic and exciting workplace for our Firm which enables us to be close to many of our clients, in the beating heart of London’s West End.”