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Pension advice company Corinthian moves from Croydon to Tunbridge Wells and set to create 20 jobs

By Chris Price

A pensions and investments company has moved to the county and is set to create 20 jobs.

Corinthian, which gives pension advice to small businesses, has relocated from Croydon to Tunbridge Wells.

Launched in 2012, the business had outgrown its previous home.

Corinthian has moved to Tunbridge Wells from Croydon and is poised to create 20 jobs

It has moved into Windsor House, formerly occupied by law firm Cripps.

Managing director Rob MacGregor, who has lived in the town for 20 years, said: “We knew high quality office space in Tunbridge Wells was in short supply and so moved quickly when Windsor House became available.

“Since we took the decision to move to Tunbridge Wells we have recruited five people locally, and have plans for a further 15 more staff over the next couple of years.”

The business, which employs about 25 people, aims to open regional offices in the North West and South West alongside its new head office.

Corinthian has moved to Tunbridge Wells from Croydon and is poised to create 20 jobs

It already employs 10 people in those areas.

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