What can you say about the Tour de France that hasn’t already been said? Geraint Thomas’s victory this weekend has stirred the emotions of many at JP Reis where there is cycling in the blood. It is a triumph for talent, perseverance and brutal hard work.
A trading subsidiary of one of the world’s largest banks was looking to relocate its London office to a space within its parent company’s building. Our company was selected due to our ability to program manage the fit-out of the new space as well as the technology migration and implementation.
How do you recruit technology talent? What can be done at the company, regional and national level?
When the Fearless Girl statue arrived to confront the Charging Bull on Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan, its calm but assertive demeanor struck a chord with many people. She doesn’t hate the bull, she just wants to exercise some control. The statue’s plaque says:
JP Reis attended the Six Nations Dinner at Battersea Evolution in support of the Matt Hampson Foundation. Being a rugby event, it was well-supported despite being the coldest night of the year.
JP Reis have helped to deliver the relocation, design, technology implementation and fit-out project for a trading floor in Eastern Europe. The project was delivered to an accelerated time schedule and still came in on budget.
When the hashtag for a set of financial regulations is trending on Twitter, it’s safe to assume something significant is happening.
A global bank was asked to retrieve five years’ worth of call data for a group of 11 custodians based in Mexico City.
JP Reis are pleased to announce that David Hamilton is joining our London team as Business Development Consultant with immediate effect.
A trading floor is the classic “open office” environment. My professional focus means that I work on the noisy ones where spoken conversation still plays a key role in the transaction process. It’s an established model, but is it optimal?