Greenaway Scott corporate director Leanne Thomas has explained what attracted the business law firm to Pembroke Dock.
The firm has opened its doors in a grade II-listed building in Pembroke Dock owned by the Port of Milford Haven.
The expansion builds on successful branches in Cardiff, Bristol and Oxford.
Leanne Thomas has worked with the port to open for business in The Guardhouse which is located just outside Pembroke Port. She hailed the site's parking facilities, accessibility and proximity to the town's business community.
"We are delighted to have opened a new office in Pembroke Dock and are keen to meet and engage with local businesses who previously would have needed to travel to Cardiff or perhaps further afield to find the commercial business advisory services that the GS Verde Group offers," said Thomas.
"Staff at the port have been wonderful from start to finish. Nothing has been too much trouble and they've made the transition a very easy one for us. We are excited to be here during a period of economic growth which is being supported by the port - it's a great time for Pembroke Dock."
Melanie Jenkins, property and legal manager at the port, added: "We have worked with the team to ensure the premises suit their needs and it's great to see an historic building being utilised for a 21st century business."
Greenaway Scott is part of GS Verde Group which includes corporate finance firm Verde CF.