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Attivo plans major expansion with new HQ

PUBLISHED: 16:09 04 July 2012 | UPDATED: 21:35 20 February 2013

Stephen Bareham, Finance Director, with Nicola Goldsmith, Managing Director, Stephen Harper, Chief Executive Officer and Ian Plumpton, Operations Director

Stephen Bareham, Finance Director, with Nicola Goldsmith, Managing Director, Stephen Harper, Chief Executive Officer and Ian Plumpton, Operations Director

Financial services and property firm Attivo Group is celebrating its most successful year by moving to larger HQ offices within Cheltenham town centre

Attivo plans major
expansion with new HQ



Financial services and property firm Attivo Group is celebrating its most successful year by moving to larger HQ offices within Cheltenham town centre.


The company has relocated from Royal Crescent to Jessop House in Jessop Avenue into 5,000 sq ft of prime modern office space.


The move enables the group to support aggressive growth plans by accommodating initially up to 75 staff, as it focuses on organic growth and acquisition.


Stephen Harper, chief executive of Attivo Group said: We have entered a very acquisitive phase with over 1 million set aside for additional investments in 2012.


This marks the start of a new era for Attivo Group.


Attivo Group includes Attivo Financial Services, Attivo Property and Fountain Independent.


The Attivo Group which has over 300 milion of commercial property, pension and investment assets under management and administration, has four additional offices in the UK including London, Bristol, Manchester and Nottingham.

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