XMA ditches London pad and moves corporate unit to St Albans

Hannah Breeze
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XMA ditches London pad and moves corporate unit to St Albans

Staff informed today of move out of the capital

XMA has told staff today that it will not renew the contract on its London office as it looks to make Viglen's former base in St Albans the headquarters for its corporate unit. XMA, which acquired Viglen...

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