A FINANCIAL services firm with a difference has opened a new branch in Cirencester.
Ditching the suited and booted approach of most mortgage and insurance advisers, Hudson Rose looks nothing like its peers.
Standard desks and office furniture are out and neon signs and beer fridges are in at the firm’s new site at 78 Dyer Street.
Shunning the traditional look and feel of financial services, the firm has seen strong growth over the past year as people have made the most of ultra-competitive mortgages rates, the Stamp Duty holiday — and increasingly sought to move home for lifestyle reasons due to the pandemic.
The Cirencester branch of Hudson Rose adds to the firm’s first branch in Nailsworth.
Managing director, Graham Taylor said: “When the Romans first rocked up in Corinium, they created quite a stir and we intend to do much the same, minus the swords and imperialism of course.
“We like to think we offer the best mortgage and insurance advice possible, but with a bit of extra pizzazz.
“We’re encouraging all the people of Cirencester and surrounds to pop by our new office for a chat and an ice-cold beer.
“After all, it’s not written in stone that mortgages and insurance have to be dull.”