Cumberland Trust

 

Nashville-based trust company Cumberland Trust recently opened up a new 27,000-square-foot headquarters on the top floor of Burton Hills IV at 40 Burton Hills Blvd. Suite 300.

The space, designed by local interior design firm Sorci & Swords, includes private offices, a boardroom that accommodates 50 people and rooms equipped with video and phone conference technology used for meetings with families and their advisors who can’t be there.

What to know

When designing the space, Sorci & Swords' goal was to retain a traditional style with modern touches and open common areas and coworking spaces. The location includes mostly private offices designed for client privacy and employee focus.

What they said

"Cumberland Trust influenced the design throughout the life of the project," the company said in a release announcing the new space. "A designated committee polled employees and management and worked for over a year to make sure the new office represented the interests of each department at Cumberland Trust, while being comfortable and welcoming for clients."

See a few photos of the space below:

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Cumberland Trust
Cumberland Trust
Cumberland Trust
Cumberland Trust

About the company

Cumberland Trust provides administration services for an array of personal trusts and estates for clients across the U.S. The company, which employees more than 100 people in Nashville, recently surpassed more than $3.3 billion in client assets under administration.

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