Quantuma launches Manchester office


Business advisory firm Quantuma has expanded its regional offering with the opening of a new Manchester office, bolstering the city’s booming financial and professional services sector.

The office, which is based at Number One, Spinningfields, will see the firm provide a full range of advisory services, including corporate finance, forensic accounting, insolvency and restructuring.

Jeff Jones has been appointed as managing director – North West. Jeff was formerly head of advisory nationally for BDO, prior to which he was managing partner of their Manchester office. He has also held a number of non-executive positions, while co-founding several new business ventures.

Founded in 2013, Quantuma has grown to become a £20m practice employing 150 staff. Headquartered in London, the company has a strong presence in the South of England, with locations in Southampton, Marlow, Watford, Brighton and Bristol. The Manchester office is the firm’s first move into the North West.

Jeff Jones, managing director, North West at Quantuma, said: “Quantuma has established a reputation as a challenger brand in the market, providing a growing range of advisory services to corporates. As the UK’s second city, Manchester is a key growth market for the firm, with a thriving corporate finance market and professional services sector

“We will be adding a number of experienced and high profile professionals to our team over the coming months, and I look forward to strengthening our existing relationships with companies in the region.”

Carl Jackson, managing partner at Quantuma, said:“Developing a full-service Manchester office is a strategic milestone for Quantuma. The city is arguably the biggest commercial centre outside of London and many of the biggest businesses, professional advisory and financial services firms have bases here.

“We have ambitious growth plans, with a series of high-profile senior hires in the pipeline and we continue advanced discussions with a number of the city’s leading business advisory figures.”