The firm, which has seen turnover rise by 10 per cent per year over the last five years, said the HSBC funding deal would support a modernisation project to facilitate its continued growth.
The revamp covers new IT systems, including hardware, software, and an online document management system, along with a new telephony system and a range of property improvements.
Alastair Wallace, senior partner at Thomas & Adamson, said: “We need to be continuously looking to improve our business to maintain our reputation within the marketplace.
“However, many things come at a significant cost, and HSBC UK has shown a genuine interest in our plans and put forward a competitive finance package, which will support us both now and in the future.”
Nigel Kerr, relationship director at HSBC UK in Scotland, added: “Thomas & Adamson are an established business in the UK and have a clear need for modernisation to sustain their business growth. We’re pleased to lend our support to a business with a clear vision for the future.”
Thomas & Adamson has UK offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, as well as global offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kiev and in the United States.