NEWS   |    October 2, 2017

Arc Leeds office launch celebration

Last Thursday, the Arc team was delighted to celebrate the successful launch of its new office in Leeds.
Arc was joined by friends and colleagues at the Leeds Art Gallery Tiled Hall for a delightful evening of drinks, canapes and good conversation.

The opening of the Leeds office marked Arc’s status as the first major national pensions law boutique.

Headed by Partners Kate Payne and Vikki Massarano, the new Leeds office opened in May 2017. It already has over 40 clients, was ranked Band 2 in the latest edition of Chambers and Partners within weeks of opening, and was recently shortlisted for the Niche Law Firm Award at the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2017.

Arc would like to thank everybody who attended the event for making the evening such an enjoyable one.

Click here to view photographs from the evening

“It was great to see and talk to so many of the Leeds pension personalities – if their presence is any measure, Arc is bound to continue its successful start.”
Stephen Phillips, Consultant, MHM Pension Services Ltd

“I recognise only too well the drivers for launching and joining Arc, and there was clearly a lot of support in the room for what you’re trying to do.”
Nick Tinker, Head of Regional Business, Lincoln Pensions

“It was nice to meet many of your new colleagues and it was clear that you all share a lot of enthusiasm and excitement about Arc’s prospects.”
Ben Roach FIA, Partner, Barnett Waddingham LLP

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