“The growth of the financial services sectors over the last several years is driving major real estate changes within the industry,” said Larry Mufson. “As they evaluate their corporate real estate portfolios, they are updating workspaces to attract the next generation of financial employee.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 16, 2018
Global design, architecture, and consulting services firm, NELSON, has named Lawrence “Larry” Mufson as the leader of its growing financial practice area. Through Mufson’s leadership, NELSON will continue providing a vast array of design services to the financial services and banking industry, with the benefit of Larry’s specialized expertise in hedge funds, private equity, investment banking, and financial tech firm clients.
As their leadership gets younger, and competition for talent grows more intense, financial firms are making greater strides to design distinctive, high-performance environments, allowing designers to deliver more creative workspace solutions for this new generation.
By appointing a dedicated leader with more than 40 years of experience with uncanny knowledge and deep understanding of the idiosyncrasies that make up the industry, NELSON can provide clients with cross-disciplinary services that are customizable to the financial industry.
“Our firm is constantly monitoring trends within the financial industry and evaluating feedback from our clients to ensure that we deliver design solutions in the context of what’s current and what fits each unique culture,” said John “Ozzie” Nelson Jr, Chairman and Co-CEO of NELSON. “With Larry as the leader, our clients will gain workspaces that will carry them well into the future.”
For Mufson, NELSON’s financial practice area provides the opportunity to create innovative workspaces for a new era in the financial services industry.
“The growth of the financial services sectors over the last several years is driving major real estate changes within the industry,” said Larry Mufson. “As they evaluate their corporate real estate portfolios, they are updating workspaces to attract the next generation of financial employees who are younger and more tech-savvy than previous generations. For the designer, this provides the opportunity to create spaces that draw inspiration from a variety of sources, including tech brands.”
Previously, Mufson led NELSON’s New York office, which developed a reputation in the last decade for serving this unique client base. NELSON counts nearly 230 financial firms among its global portfolio of clients, including Jane Street, Pershing Square, Advent International and Bain Capital, Texas Pacific Group. For more information about NELSON’s financial practice, visit http://www.NELSONonline.com.