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CTC opens new regional offices

Financial services software provider CTC is opening two new regional offices, in Birmingham and Bristol this week.

The Birmingham office has five staff and the Bristol office is eventually to have a staff of 25. All recruits have previous pensions experience.

CTC director of third party services Chris Butler says: “We are delighted with the success of our third party services and proud to have the technological infrastructure, customer support and new geographical resources and offices to accommodate our customers comfortably.”


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