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Edeus moves into purpose-built office

Specialist lender edeus has moved up the property ladder into new offices dubbed edeus house.

The space now hosts the Wolverhampton-based firm’s entire workforce and offers improved facilities compared with its old base.

These include extra car parking, increased desk space, a team breakout area and additional meeting places.

Built and designed to meet the firm’s specifications, the newly constructed building is situated in a business park adjacent to its original headquarters.

Edeus says that the unveiling is a sign of the company’s long-term commitment to the market and its belief in the strength of its products.

The new head office has plenty of space for a growing workforce and it is the company’s intention to take advantage of the market when conditions improve.

Michael Bolton, chief executive officer of edeus, says: “Our new offices are superb. I’m sure the team will settle into its new home quickly.”

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