Specialist lender, Together, has been shortlisted for inclusion in The Sunday Times’ Top Track 250 – the league table ranking Britain's private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales.
The company, founded in 1974, has a current loan book of £1.7 billion, with total new lending for the year ended 31 March 2016 at £971 million.
Currently, Together employs 460 staff at its Cheadle headquarters, with employment having increased by 22% in the last year alone.
"We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Top Track 250 as it is a great acknowledgment of our strong financial performance "
Gary Beckett, group chief financial officer
Gary Beckett, group chief financial officer at Together said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Top Track 250 as it is a great acknowledgment of our strong financial performance as we continue our strategy of investment in our operating platform, our people and our product and service offering. Providing the infrastructure for sustainable growth will allow us to meet the increasing demand for alternative finance across our broad product range.”
Together has invested heavily in its IT platform and distribution channels, and extended its product offering which includes bridging finance, auction finance, residential and commercial mortgages and secured loans. In addition, Together recently recruited a number of high-profile executives to create a strong and dynamic leadership team to help fulfil its ambitious growth plans.
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