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Lending Solutions Establishes Knoxville, Tennessee, Call Center

05/04/2021
Lending Solutions, Inc. will invest $2 million to establish a new call center in Knoxville, Tennessee. The project is expected to create 265 new jobs.

The facility will operate primarily as a training center for new employees. Once trained, the new employees will be approved to work from home.

“We are so excited to be coming to Knoxville. The opening of this office represents a lot of work by a lot of people, both at LSI and here in Knoxville. This training center represents the future of LSI as a gateway for many Americans in today’s new skill-based economy. Through our ACADEMY employees are paid to learn the skills they need to be the best at what they do in the financial services industry. What we do at LSI is simple, but it is hard. Our secret is that we look for people who believe in themselves, that is who we want to invest in,” said Mark Johnson, LSI founder and majority owner.

LSI was founded in 1994 and is a provider of lending center services and consulting programs for financial institutions across North America. LSI provides 24-hour lending and member services to over 300 of North America’s premier credit unions, banks and mortgage companies.

“We’re grateful that LSI has chosen Tennessee for this project and has committed to create 265 new jobs in Knox County. I congratulate the company on its success and look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on the financial industry,” said Governor Bill Lee.

LSI was founded in 1994 and is a provider of lending center services and consulting programs for financial institutions across North America. LSI provides 24-hour lending and member services to over 300 of North America’s premier credit unions, banks and mortgage companies.

“LSI is one of the nation’s industry leaders in financial service outsourcing, and we are proud to welcome the company to Tennessee. These jobs will add momentum to the already robust business services industry in Knoxville, and we are confident that LSI will find success in East Tennessee,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe added.

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