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Crown expands Ipswich office

Crown Mortgage Management is extending its Ipswich offices to accommodate 20 new staff.

The multi-national independent mortgage servicer, currently employs 108 staff and is extending its base by an additional 1,300 square footage of office space.

Julien Holmes, managing director at Crown, says: “So far in 2008 Crown has won three new clients and taken on seven new mortgage portfolios.

“We are delighted to be able to open a brand new office and recruit the extra staff needed to accommodate this recent business growth.

“At Crown we are strongly committed to retaining the best talent possible, so we look after our employees with staff incentives and training programmes. As a result of this our staff turnover is very low.”


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