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13 November 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Deutsche Bank Asset Management and Private Wealth Management has relocated to The Zig Zag Building in London's Victoria.

Land Securities has pre-let 92,000sqft on a 15-year lease to Deutsche Bank, relocating its Asset Management and Private Wealth Management units from its current City locations to Victoria, taking The Zig Zag Building from 37% to 77% pre-let.

Deutsche Bank is taking six floors in the building and will join Jupiter Asset Management, Mediobanca and Egon Zehnder that have also recently moved into the prestigious building.

“Our significant and carefully curated development programme has created a sought-after destination for businesses looking for not just the very best office space tailored to their specific needs but also vibrant surroundings with quality hotels, restaurants and shops,” declared Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial, Land Securities. She also pointed to the choice of open outdoor spaces both in and around the buildings as well as within London’s Royal Parks.

Knight Frank and Cushman & Wakefield advised Land Securities and JLL advised Deutsche Bank.

Picture: Desirable location for Deutsche Bank which will move its City operations to The Zig Zag Building in Victoria

Article written by Robin Snow | Published 13 November 2015


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