The firm have relocated from East Parade in Leeds, to one of five newly-created suites on Floor 8 of the building in a three-year lease.
Speaking on behalf of Proxima, who are relocating from East Parade in Leeds, Clare Harris said: “Our decision was simple and reflects our strong endorsement of the qualities of the Pinnacle.
“The building is home to a dynamic mix of businesses and is recognised as the prime location within Leeds city centre, providing ideal working space, value and excellent amenities”.
The lease was advised by property consultancy Knight Frank.
Sam Jamieson, of Knight Frank’s office agency team in Leeds, said: “We are delighted to have concluded this letting at one of the city’s most popular office buildings.
“Prominently located at the heart of Leeds city centre in Albion Street, the Pinnacle is a landmark building, which is perfectly located between the city’s historic professional core and the retail quarter.
“Having taken the decision to offer small suites as well as large lettings, we are very pleased with the interest from occupiers who require small suites, but who are not prepared to compromise on quality”.
Among other Pinnacle office occupiers are Actuaries, Barnett Waddingham LLP, Optimisa Research, restructuring and recovery business, Schlumberger, FRP Advisory; Highway Consultants, Steer Davis Gleave and Blue Fin Insurance.
Retail and leisure tenants in the Pinnacle Podium include Joy, Superdrug, Nourish, Next, Pret a Manger, Greggs, Roxy Lanes and Tesco Express.