Jaja commits to increasing its workforce by 40% before the end of the year

Jaja Finance (“Jaja”), the online digital credit card provider, is bucking trends by committing to a 40% increase in its workforce before the end of the year. It plans to significantly increase its number of colleagues over the next six months with a special focus on IT, Analytics and Operational roles.

The digital lender’s big recruitment drive comes at a time of economic pressures and job insecurity for thousands of workers right across the country. Having recently closed a transaction of up to £120 million with new majority shareholders – KKR and TDR Capital Ltd– Jaja has ambitious plans to become the UK’s leading digital lender and a serious challenger in the digital credit space.

Jaja’s recently announced partnership deal with Asda, to provide digital reward credit cards, shows significant growth which will be underpinned by an ongoing drive to attract top talent to help deliver innovative products, best-in-class technology and unparalleled digital servicing.

David Chan, CEO at Jaja said: “As our business continues to evolve, we are fortunate to be in a position where we can offer employment opportunities to individuals who want to be part of our ambitious growth journey. Not only will potential employees be offered a work environment to suit their needs, but they also get the opportunity to make an impact building a new company.”