Other occupiers at the Spine include the Royal College of Physicians and EcoOnline. Credit: via Inform Comms

Cashplus doubles footprint at Liverpool’s Spine 

The digital bank has taken an additional 6,000 sq ft within the 14-storey Knowledge Quarter building. 

Having initially signed for 6,000 sq ft within office space managed by Sciontec, Cashplus Bank has now expanded, taking an entire 12,000 sq ft floor at the Spine. 

The company’s expansion is part of its drive to create 150 new jobs in the North West by 2028. 

“The business case for expanding our second headquarters in Liverpool, and doubling down on our commitment to the Northwest, was straightforward,” said Colin Webb, operations director at Cashplus. 

“This is a dynamic city and one of the UK’s biggest financial centres with a wide community of financial services and technology experts, not to mention an excellent future talent pool with two leading universities.” 

He added: “Over the next few years, we hope to further continue to grow our presence in Liverpool, bringing jobs and opportunities to the area.” 

Cashplus, which was founded in 2005, moved into the Spine in September, joining occupiers including the Royal College of Physicians, Clatterbridge and EcoOnline. 

Leanne Katsande, head of commercial at Sciontec, said: “Attracting Cashplus Bank to The Spine was a significant moment for Sciontec.

“Having a fast-growing, leading UK Fintech brand located within the Sciontec AI space has not only added to the dynamic ecosystem, but is a driver for even greater job creation, economic growth, and innovation in the coming years.” 

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By Roy

Good news and more in the future.

By Liverpolitis

Good news about the investment, but shouldn’t this be locating in the CBD? i thought the Knowledge Quarter was all about Life Sciences and University Spin-Out?

By William Hesketh

Just keep building Liverpool the city and location is very attractive and the place to be now.

By Anonymous

Glorious new’s! More good jobs for Liverpool I will tell my grandson!!

By Mary Woolley

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