According to the London-based provider, around 90% of employees have said they plan to start working from the new office immediately.
The provider is allowing all staff to work remotely if they prefer.
Tabula said its success is based on close collaboration between staff to develop and deliver innovative fixed income investment strategies and this is best achieved in an office environment where colleagues can work together more effectively.
Additional measures to encourage staff to feel safe include additional office cleaning, staff being encourage to take the stairs rather than using lifts and measures to help encourage staff to avoid peak-time public transport.
Michael John Lytle, CEO of Tabula Investment Management said: “We are a vibrant and fast-growing fund manager. We have launched new fixed income investment strategies during lockdown and have more planned.
"Key to our success is our ability to be nimble, quick and creative with our strategy, drawing upon the team’s deep experience to share and develop ideas. While we have adapted during this year, I am convinced that the gradual and careful return to shared workspace is an important tool for cementing teams and enhancing co-operation.
“The physical and mental well-being of our staff is our number one priority and with this in mind, many of our colleagues have openly expressed their desire to return to working in an office. However, for those colleagues that don’t feel ready to come back into the office, we will continue to support them working from home.”