The new offices are three times larger in capacity than the specialist property finance broker’s previous space.
Sirius will be aiming to recruit two brokers and one administrator in London in addition to one broker and one administrator in Manchester.
“In a relatively short space of time, we have delivered really significant growth at Sirius, but it’s the way we have achieved this that is particularly pleasing,” said Robert Collins, co-founder of Sirius Property Finance (pictured above, right).
“We have remained committed to targeted recruitment of some of the best people that our industry has to offer, and we have scaled our business in a controlled way, built on mutually beneficial partnerships.
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“Our new London office is a fantastic space and testament to the quality, vision and potential of the people we have in this business.”
Adele Turton, co-founder of Sirius Property Finance, added: “In the 18 months since we started Sirius Manchester, we have gone from strength to strength, meeting the bespoke and complex finance requirements of investors and developers from all over the country.
“We have recently moved into our new larger offices and we are building a dynamic, versatile team to mirror this new exciting space.
“As with London, we are now looking to add to our team with like-minded people, and the new office expansion fits in perfectly with our plans for the future here.”
Also pictured: Nicholas Christofi, high-net-worth property financer at Sirius