PensionBee moves to City Place House in City of London

PensionBee founders Romi Savova (right) and Jonathan Lister-Parsons (left).

PensionBee, the award-winning online pension provider, announces it has moved to City Place House, 55 Basinghall Street, ECV2 in the City of London, in a sign of its rapid growth and continued momentum.

PensionBee, an online pension provider, was founded by Romi Savova (CEO) and Jonathan Lister Parsons (CTO). Starting with six team members in 2015, PensionBee has grown rapidly over the last three years and has moved its now 65-strong team from offices at 50 Southwark Street to City Place House, as it eyes further expansion.

The new 5,000 sq. ft. space will enable PensionBee to continue its strong growth trajectory and invest in its dedicated customer service model as it increases its assets under administration, which exceeded £500 million in July 2019.

PensionBee enlisted the expertise of KONTOR to find its new office space. KONTOR helps start-ups, scaleups and established brands find suitable office space.

Romi Savova, CEO at PensionBee commented:

“We’re delighted to move to a new office almost three times the size of our previous location. With over 45,000 active customers, we’re thrilled with how quickly the business has grown and we’re excited to continue to scale the business, expand our team, and continue to drive change in the pensions industry. Delivery of a highly personalised customer service, unseen in the pensions industry, remains key to our business, and the new office location gives us the space we need to continue to grow, ensuring that we can always offer an unrivalled level of customer service.”