Hope Capital puts emphasis on recruitment following spike in demand
Hope Capital has seen a significant spike in demand since the COVID-19 lockdown was eased, with enquiries in June up 189% on the previous year.
It is now anticipating further growth as new funding lines become available, and is looking to recruit talent in all areas to support increased business volumes.
Among the roles in question are business development managers (BDMs), underwriters and portfolio case managers, as well as internal sales and administrative support staff to back-up the growth in external-facing roles.
Gary Bailey, managing director of Hope Capital, said: “This is an exciting time for all of us at Hope Capital.
“We have bounced back strongly from the COVID-19 lockdown, with a surge in enquiries from borrowers and brokers. We are confident that this sustainable growth strategy is set to continue.
“To support this, and to ensure we can continue to provide the fast, flexible service we are renowned for, we are now looking to bring more high-calibre people into the team.
“We will consider speculative applications from experienced, capable candidates with a strong track-record of delivery.
“We are particularly proud of our record as an equality employer, and look forward to receiving high-quality applications from a wide range of talented individuals.”