National advice firm Succession Wealth has opened a new HQ in Birmingham, citing its desire to be positioned "in the heart of the country".
The advice firm consolidator said the Birmingham HQ would be the centre of its national operation. The offices in the centre of the city, on Church Street, houses 60 wealth planner and client support staff along with members of the nationwide firm's senior leadership team.
It is also developing nearby offices on Water Street in order to turn them into the Succession Wealth National Training and Conference Centre.
The firm now has 15 regional offices across the UK, employing 175 financial planners and, in total, 460 staff.
Paul Millar, a Regional partner in Birmingham, said: "Birmingham has grown to become a major attraction for large businesses and their employees. Its programme of infrastructure and transport improvements makes it a thriving place to do business and a logical choice for our new head office.
"We have a clear strategy for sustainable growth and development, and I am enthusiastic about the new opportunities this move represents for the Succession Wealth."
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