Movera to grow conveyancing teams by over 100 in 2024

Movera is set to increase its number of conveyancing teams to over 100 this year, as part of its overall business strategy.

The plan comes after the home moving group’s rebranding last autumn, which brought together seven home moving brands from across the sector, including ONP Solicitors, CLG and Grindeys.

Movera employs 600 people across the country, processing over 300,000 conveyancing transactions a year. Its seven businesses operate independently but are all supported by Movera and its platform technology.

The firm is now planning to boost its teams by over 100, supported by investment in technology and learning and development.

While it will continue to recruit experienced conveyancers, it is actively recruiting those who want a conveyancing career but are not qualified lawyers. It will offer recruits without formal qualifications free, in-house training at its own academy.

Chief executive officer at Movera, Nick Hale, said: "We’re on the lookout for brilliant people to help us create better home moving experiences. One of our key aims is to level the playing field and create career opportunities for everyone.

"Our culture is collaborative and fun and we believe in ‘working better by working smarter’, which makes for a more rewarding and varied workload and our attractive bonus targets achievable. Our teams tell us that the user-friendliness and ease of our technology, systems, and processes are among the many reasons they prefer working at Movera over other firms."

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