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Aug
11
2020

NC Department of Commerce Announces RCH Expansion Plans for Mecklenburg County

The NC Department of Commerce issues its official announcement that Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) will create 300 new jobs in Mecklenburg County. The Department's announcement aligns closely with an earlier announcement from the NC Office of the Governor, and quotes NC Governor Roy Cooper, Commerce Secretary Anthony Copeland and RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams. The announcement identifies other key partners in the project to include the North Carolina Community College System, Mecklenburg County, the City of Charlotte, and the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance.

Aug
11
2020

Retirement Clearinghouse Expands in Charlotte, Adding 300 New Jobs

The City of Charlotte's Cory Burkarth covers the Tuesday, 8/11 announcement that RCH will expand it presence in Charlotte, adding 300 new employees and investing more than $4 million in their headquarters and corporate office. Burkharth reports that RCH will be moving into the Ayrsley development in Steele Creek, adding positions across the board. Burkharth notes that the benefits of RCH's auto portability solution are "staggering" and aligns well with the City's mission to improve economic mobility. The piece quotes RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams, as well as Charlotte mayor Vi Lyles, who lauds the expansion initiative.

Aug
11
2020

Retirement Clearinghouse will add 300 jobs in Charlotte

Business Today NC reports that Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) will invest $4.1 million to expand their headquarters and corporate offices in Charlotte, creating 300 new jobs. The piece goes on quote NC Governor Roy Cooper, NC Commerce Secretary Anthony Copeland and RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams.

Aug
11
2020

Retirement Clearinghouse to expand headquarters, adding 300 jobs in Mecklenburg County

Charlotte's FOX 46 reports on today's news from the NC Office of the Governor that Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) will create 300 jobs in Mecklenburg County, and will invest more than $4.1 million to expand its headquarters and corporate office in Charlotte. The article quotes NC Governor Roy Cooper and RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams.

Aug
11
2020

Fintech firm adding 300 jobs, investing more than $4M in Charlotte HQ expansion

WBTV's Web Staff reports on today's announcement by the state of North Carolina that Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) will expand its local presence, adding 300 jobs and investing more than $400 million as they expand their Charlotte headquarters. The article includes quotes from RCH's President & CEO Spencer Williams, as well as Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles.

Aug
11
2020

Retirement Clearinghouse to expand HQ in Charlotte, adding 300 jobs

WRAL TechWire staff report on today's announcement that "fintech firm Retirement Clearinghouse is expanding its headquarters in Charlotte." The piece identifies the investment of $4.1 million required to add 300 new jobs to the local economy, with an average wage of "around $66,000." It also references state estimates that the project will generate an annual payroll impact of more than $19 million for the region, and over the course of 12 years, will grow the state's GDP by more than $672 million.

Aug
11
2020

Fintech firm to add 300 jobs in Charlotte as part of $4.1M expansion

Charlotte broadcaster WSOC reports on the news that Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) has plans to significantly expand its presence in the area, adding 300 jobs and investing $4.1 million. The report also states that the jobs will be added over five years, between 2021 and 2025.

Aug
11
2020

Charlotte retirement firm to expand, add 300 jobs for $3.7 million in incentives

The Charlotte Observer's Austin Weinstein reports on today's news release that Charlotte firm Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) will expand its Charlotte-Mecklenburg presence, adding 300 additional jobs over five years, and spending $4.1 million to expand its headquarters. Charlotte won out, states Weinstein, due in part to a $3.3 million grant from the state's economic investment committee, approved today.

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