PiRho Investment Consulting Ltd
Warnford Court
29 Throgmorton Street


+44 (0) 20 7489 6192


Throgmorton Street is a minor road in the City of London between Lothbury in the west and Old Broad Street to the east. The street is at the north-east corner of the Bank of England, and was named after Sir Nicholas Throgmorton, who is said to have been poisoned by the Earl of Leicester, Queen Elizabeth's favourite. The nearest tube station is Bank but Throgmorton Street is within easy walking distance of Liverpool Street, Cannon Street and Moorgate.

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