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CHL launches recruitment drive

Specialist lender, CHL Mortgages, is actively recruiting for a number of specific vacancies across its business.

CHL is currently filling positions in its asset management, mortgage administration, arrears and finance teams.

The new employees will be working on CHL’s ongoing management of its mortgage book which covers both buy-to-let and homeloan lending.

The lender is seeking experienced candidates who are interested in joining an organisation committed to both its customers and its employees. 

New starters will become part of a business voted in the top 20 of the Sunday Times’ UK’s Best Small Companies to work for.

Bob Young, Managing Director at CHL Mortgages, says: “Clearly we went through a period a couple of years ago when, due to the pressures of the Credit Crunch and liquidity crisis, we had to stop originating business and redundancies were made. 

“However, the business could not simply come to a standstill and instead we have worked tirelessly on managing our existing book and our recently released figures on arrears levels, performing accounts and impairment charges all show the heartening results that have come from this focus. 

“It is likely that this will be an ongoing recruitment process as we look to add to our existing teams and we continue to provide quality services to all our stakeholders.”


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