Independent financial adviser, Uniec Prestige, has found a new home in St Paul’s Square, relocation from its former place on Broad Street.
Uniec Prestige have moved to 30, St Paul’s Square taking a 10-year lease on the accommodation.
They bring a team of ten to the Quarter, adding to the area’s thriving, business hub.
The letting was secured by Colliers International’s national offices team in Birmingham, representing CBRE Global Investors. Director of national offices with Colliers, Matt Long, commented on the relocation: “With its listed façade and courtyard positioning, CBRE Global Investors has invested intelligently in 30 St Paul’s Square, transforming this unique scheme to provide a modern and efficient working environment for occupiers.
“30 St Paul’s was the perfect fit for Uniec Prestige’s new office base.” Long continued on to say, “It provides a modern working environment for their growing team of IFAs to continue to work efficiently and effectively in the Midlands region whilst also allowing them to service their clients across the UK from a very well connected city centre location.”
Co-director with Uniec Prestige, Clare Gorman, “In the current economic climate, many organisations in the financial sector are having to downsize to cut costs or are finding themselves struggling in the recessionary climate.
“The expansion from Uniec Prestige not only bucks this trend but also highlights our continued growth and long-term commitment to providing the highest quality of independent financial advice.”
The independent financial advisers was launched nearly eight years ago and strives to provide advice and support for individuals and companies that are facing retirement, redundancy or any organisational change in the workplace.