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Bellpenny moves to 180 West George Street, Glasgow


Wealth manager Bellpenny has moved to Glasgow’s Central Business District today, having taken a five-year lease on a 6,771 sq ft office suite at 180 West George Street.

More than 20 Bellpenny staff have moved into the office – which becomes the company’s Scottish base – with staff numbers expected to increase significantly over time.

The new ground floor suite will provide Bellpenny financial planners with the ideal facility for regular face-to-face meetings with their clients.Bellpenny is well established in Scotland, having acquired three Glasgow-based IFAs – K M Financial Advisers, MGW Ltd and Reid, Scott & Ross – since launch in October 2012.

Bellpenny’s Chief Executive Kevin Ronaldson, says: “Bellpenny already has a strong presence in Scotland – and Glasgow in particular – and we view it as one of the big strategic growth areas for our business for the future. 

It was important for us to find offices in the Central Business District big enough to bring the local team together as well as giving us flexibility and room for significant future expansion. The ground floor space at 180 West George Street works especially well for us as it also has suitable areas to accommodate clients and other visitors.

This is another important step towards realising our vision of becoming Britain’s most respected financial advice brand.”
Bellpenny’s Glasgow office announcement comes just a week after the company moved more than 50 staff into a 8709 sq ft ground floor office suite in Birmingham’s business district.

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