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Following a year of substantial growth, Third Financial has moved both its London and Halesowen-based teams into larger, newly renovated offices.

The London office location at 17 Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden remains the same with the addition of the first floor, doubling the available space. In Halesowen, the development team has moved to a suite quadruple the size of the previous office in the same building, Fountain House.
 
A full renovation project has taken place in both Halesowen and London making for a dynamic working environment.
 
The new offices were a necessity on the back of a successful 2015 with substantial growth, both in terms of the number of clients as well as the resources needed to support them. As part of the new renovations at Neals Yard, a new client suite has been created to facilitate meetings and product demonstrations.
 
Stewart Foster, Third Financial’ s CEO, says: “We have had a number of new people join the team in readiness for a busy 2016. The move has substantially increased the amount of desk space we have available, providing a more spacious working environment in both London and Halesowen. The offices offer scope for up to 100 people across both sites, allowing for further potential recruitment”.
 
Third Financial Software has one of the largest installed client bases in the country. Established in 2008, the Tercero Software Platform is widely regarded as the most modern, integrated front to back office wealth management system available today. Third Financial supplies exclusively to the wealth and investment management industry. They have offices in Covent Garden and Halesowen, near Birmingham.

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