Field Fisher mulls near-shoring Manchester move to cut costs
Field Fisher Waterhouse is considering shifting support functions out of its London headquarters to its Manchester base in a bid to reduce its overheads. The firm is understood to be mulling the transfer of some non-legal roles, potentially covering functions such as IT and secretarial, to its seven-lawyer Manchester office following a strategic review of the business. Discussions on how many and which roles will be relocated are still at an early stage, with any move unlikely to happen this year.
Field Fisher Waterhouse is considering shifting support functions out of its London headquarters to its Manchester base in a bid to reduce its overheads.
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