LONDON – THE PLACE TO BE
zeb is also at home in one of the world’s leading financial centers. Founded in 2016, the office is flanked by the banking district and St. Paul’s Cathedral. London is considered to be the most visited city in Europe and with more than 8 million inhabitants, it is also one of the most populated. The city is not only known for its strong financial center, but above all for its diversity.
THE LONDON OFFICE
zeb’s London office is located on the second floor of a large office building with a huge entrance decorated by the twelve signs of the zodiac: right in the middle of the financial district and surrounded by retail shops and restaurants. The office offers a modern style and an excellent working environment. In London, zeb advises banks, insurers and asset management companies in a wide range of strategy and implementation issues.
It won’t let you go hungry either. You can help yourself to the cereal buffet or fruit basket at any time. And to quench your thirst, coffee specialties and cold drinks are available.
The office in the city center has good public transport links. Liverpool Street Station, a central London train and underground station is only a few minutes walking distance. From there, London City Airport can be reached in 30 minutes.
LIFE IN LONDON
London is one of the most important cultural and commercial centers worldwide. If you enjoy culture and culinary delights, you will love London, as many museums do not charge an entrance fee and restaurants offer food from all over the world. Sights such as the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral or Buckingham Palace are of course also not to be missed.
STAY FIT IN LONDON
And for sports fans, London offers many highlights, as sports are such an important part of English life. Football clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham or the Wimbledon tennis tournament draw huge crowds. And doing sports rather than just watching is just as important to Londoners. The city is at the forefront of fitness trends and offers numerous options and boutique gyms—even for more exotic sports.