Everyday Loans moves into new Stockport town centre office

Jon Wiggins from Everyday Loans with Rhys Owen and Paul Brady
Jon Wiggins from Everyday Loans with Rhys Owen and Paul Brady

The UK’s largest branch-based lender of unsecured loans to sub-prime borrowers has reconfirmed its commitment to Stockport town centre after moving from the market place to Orbit Developments’ Beckwith House on Wellington Road South.

Beckwith House will provide office space for the team of five who head up the day-to-day running of Everyday Loans’ Stockport operation – part of a 53-strong national network – with a further 12 branches expected to open in the next 12 months.

Jon Wiggins, managing director of Everyday Loans, said:  “We take the time to understand our customer’s needs on a human level which online processes and algorithms can miss.

“Where our competitors can’t or won’t go, we establish relationships and lend profitably.

“Beckwith House is the perfect space to base our operations from. It is a professional environment to facilitate the growth we want to achieve whilst simultaneously supporting the branch network which is expanding all the time.”

Orbit Developments’ leasing director for Rhys Owen aded: “We are delighted to welcome Everyday Loans to the property.

“The reception area and work space has been recently refurbished, which provides high quality office space for our customers to enjoy. We wish the team the very best of luck for their ambitious expansion plans.”

 

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