Johan Groothaert

Fiduciam set to exceed £250m loan book target after hiring 10 new people during summer




Fiduciam expects to surpass both its hiring and £250m loan book targets by the end of the year.

The bridging and marketplace lender — which set out targets in its strategic plan in Januarycommenced lending in Germany earlier this year and is continuing to expand its Dutch, Spanish and Irish operations.

Fiduciam — which currently offers comprehensive training consisting of 27 modules for its employees — met its target of hiring 25 new staff members this year, 10 of which were appointed during the summer.

“We are very impressed by the quality and diversity of our new intake,” said Johan Groothaert, chief executive at Fiduciam (pictured above).

“We are very proud of our culture and our team — in fact, they are the most important assets of our company.

“We celebrate the creativity and entrepreneurialism our young and diverse workforce brings us.”

Fiduciam also recently entered the Scottish market and grew its Spanish team to eight, with the addition of three new members.

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