Reed & Mackay has extended its global footprint by opening a wholly-owned office in New Delhi, its first in India.
Group CEO Fred Stratford said: “We’ve had teams on the ground building up the local service for some months now and have been working with a pilot group of clients. We’re now ready to open the doors to new clients.
“Although right now travel is still heavily impacted by the pandemic, we know from clients that they want the groundwork in place to enable them to hit the ground running when the restrictions lift.
“It has never been so important to bring together local expertise with a robust and agile global solution, helping clients to deliver an enhanced level of duty of care in line with the new risks presented to them.
“Throughout the pause we have been investing in the future of the business, ensuring we have solutions and infrastructure in place to meet the changing needs of our client base. The launch of our wholly-owned presence in India is an important component of our wider vision.”
He said although the TMC has been able to service clients in India through its International Partnership for many years, increasingly clients were looking for the full Reed & Mackay service in a market that is of growing strategic importance.
Reed & Mackay has wholly-owned offices in 15 key business hubs across the globe and also has an International Partnership of TMCs in 48 locations.