Discover an office that encourages collaboration. In a historic international city, where you can enjoy the best of all worlds.

Our Frankfurt office

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Our newly refurbished office in Frankfurt’s banking district is a converted villa, with additional modern spaces. It’s home to 170 people, working closely together to deliver for our clients. You’ll find meeting rooms and breakout areas with kitchen facilities, including a large lounge with a football table, and even a roof terrace. And a variety of bars and restaurants nearby.

Our central location means we’re close to train, U-Bahn and bus routes. And for cyclists there are partially covered bike racks and a changing room with showers and lockers.

In and around the office

We want your time at work to be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few of the facilities and amenities that you can enjoy within the office or just nearby.

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Bike storage

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Car parking


Kitchen facilities

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Underground station nearby

Where is our office?

Frankfurt office

Bockenheimer Landstraße 25

60325 Frankfurt am Main


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Working and living in Frankfurt am Main

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Frankfurt, also known as “Mainhattan” due to its skyline along the river Main, is Germany’s financial capital, which makes it one of the country’s most international cities. At the same time, with a population of 785,000, it’s more compact and greener than many cities. This means, with good U-Bahn, S-Bahn, tram and bus services, it’s great for getting around. And it’s ideal for cycling too – you can reach any part of the city by bike in around 20 minutes.

Frankfurt combines the charms of an historic city with the economy of a major global financial centre. So, you’ll find Michelin-starred restaurants and bars selling local Apfelwein. International boutiques alongside street markets offering locally-produced fruit and vegetables. Two opera houses flanking glass and metal skyscrapers. All in all, it’s a charming, wonderfully diverse city where you can develop your career.