16th Apr 2024 by Josh Matthews, HBA

MASECO Private Wealth Confirms Relocation to New Headquarters in Central London

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MASECO Private Wealth is pleased to announce their office relocation to the newly redeveloped Kodak Building on London’s Kingsway as of 15 April 2024. 


MASECO Private Wealth is pleased to announce their office relocation to the newly redeveloped Kodak Building on London’s Kingsway as of 15 April 2024. The new office space will accommodate the 110 staff members and serve as the UK headquarters of MASECO Private Wealth. This expansion is in line with the company's growth trajectory, in the last financial year MASECO have grown by 17%.  

Josh Matthews, Co-founder and Managing Partner, commented: 

“Following a thorough search of the market, the Kodak building stood out to us due to its excellent location, fantastic facilities and impressive sustainability credentials. We have dedicated a lot of time over the past year to ensure that our new offices are designed to the highest standards for our clients and staff. We can’t wait to begin working in our new space.” 

James Sellon, Co-founder and Managing Partner, added: 

“We are delighted to be moving to an office that truly reflects the business we are today. We look forward to welcoming our clients to our new building and using it as a space to continue deepening our long-established relationships with clients and progressing the firm.” 

MASECO will occupy the entire fourth floor with just over 8,800 sq ft and have designed the space to reflect who they are as a business 15 years on from where they began in 2008. 

The iconic Kodak Building has recently undergone a period of extensive redevelopment and repositioning by Capital LLP to bring new life into its historic shell. With well-being at its heart, the building has been designed to ensure their staff will have high-end commuter facilities, including extensive bike racks, showers, and lockers, increased access to natural light, and communal outdoor space via the large roof terrace.  

Sustainability has also been prioritised, exemplified through the green roof, which encourages biodiversity in the middle of the city. As such, the Kodak Building is targeting a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating and WELL Gold certification. It has also achieved an EPC rating of A, despite being Grade II listed. 

 

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