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Bright Finance unveils growth plans

Bright Finance, a consumer credit organisation, has unveiled growth plans that include more than 20 new jobs.

The expansion comes after a successful 12 months for Bright, who processed more than 1bn in loan applications last year from its 200-strong workforce based at Chapeltown in Yorkshire.

Bright Finance acts as a broker between customers seeking credit and their wide panel of lenders.

The current job opportunities are for assistant lending sales managers, sales underwriters, customer sales agents, a mortgage consultant and a business development manager.

Paul Hancock, chairman of Bright Finance, says: Our continued development and high level of success requires the need to recruit a number of quality staff with high standards of professionalism, experience and the drive to deliver excellent service to our customers.

We have a number of important and exciting plans for 2007 and beyond with a number of accounts secured which will underpin significant growth in the business.
We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity be a part of our success.

Earlier this month, the company launched Bright Commercial Finance and Bright Mortgages – a one-stop shop for mortgages, remortgages and insurance.

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