Canadian pensions giant Omers moving into the Cheesegrater

 
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The Leadenhall Building, which is widely known as the Cheesegrater (Source: Getty)
Omers, one of Canada’s largest pension funds, is moving into the City’s Cheesegrater skyscraper, which is owned by the company’s real estate arm Oxford Property and British Land.
The company said yesterday it plans to make the 225-metre tower, formally known as the Lead­en­hall Building, its European head­quarters after taking up 25,000 square feet on levels 28 and 29.
It will move its 70 existing staff from its pension, real estate, infrastructure and capital market teams from its current offices on New Street Square on Fetter Lane in January next year.
Oxford Properties’ executive vice president Paul Brundage: “Our involvement in the project, and now our occupation of the building itself, underlines Oxford’s commitment to the London market.”

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