Mortgage company plans to create more than 100 new jobs in Glasgow
Thursday, 22 December 2016
A mortgage company plans to create more than 100 new jobs in Glasgow after being awarded an £800,000 grant.
The mortgage lender (TML) established itself in the city six months ago and now plans to expand after being awarded a Regional Selective Assistance grant from Scottish Enterprise.
The grant will be used to create up to 109 jobs in its Glasgow office, with the company committed to ensuring all workers are paid above the national living wage.
TML is also embedding youth employment as a recruitment policy so younger workers are considered for all appropriate roles.
Hugh Meechan, chief operating officer at TML, said: “We have made Glasgow our base due to its long history and continued position as a key financial services hub.
“The availability of experienced, loyal and hard-working employees makes the city an ideal location for us to build and grow a successful business.
“At this early stage of our development, support from Scottish Enterprise is both a financial and morale boost.”
Adrian Gillespie, from Scottish Enterprise, added: “The company has joined the many investors who benefit from Scotland’s top talent.”
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