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Fiduciam on course for £250m loan book in 2019

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  • 22/10/2019
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Fiduciam on course for £250m loan book in 2019
Fiduciam has said it is on course to exceed strategic targets of a £250m loan book and 25 new staff this year, set out in January.

 

The company hired ten new staff during the summer months including six new graduates.

The strategic aim to take bridging into new territories has seen it begin lending in Germany this year as well as expanding in the Netherlands and Ireland. 

The team at its Spanish office has increased to eight with the goal to introduce bridging into the Spanish market.

“We’re proud of our team culture and impressed by the quality of our new intake,” said Johan Groothaert, chief executive at Fiduciam (pictured).

Senior business development manager Maria Magnussen joined in July to look after the south east of England and Chris Parr was hired in May to cover the north.

Fiduciam signed the Women in Finance Charter this year.

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