TMF Group will open a new TMF Group European Centre in Katowice, with plans to hire 300 people.
Recruitment has just started.
The TMF Group's Polish branch with offices in Warsaw and Katowice currently employs nearly 500 people and is one of TMF Group's largest branches in EMEA region.
"TMF Group operates in 80 locations worldwide, with Poland of particular strategic importance. The Polish branch is one of the largest in the company's structures, and the local specialists are extremely valuable in our global structures," says Juraj Gerzeni, TMF Group's director for EMEA, covering Europe, the Middle East and Africa, "This recognition will be reflected in the responsibilities of the specialists at the Katowice Centre, who will work directly with representatives of the world's largest companies", adds Juraj Gerzeni.
Unlike the shared service centres, the employees of the European TMF Group Centre will not provide services within the organisation, but will be directly responsible for advising the company's clients in the areas of Human Resources and Payroll, Tax and Accounting and Corporate Secretariat. These are globally recognised brands. TMF Group's services are used by more than 60% of Fortune Global 500 and FTSE 100 companies and nearly half of the 300 largest private equity firms in the world.
"Katowice is a unique place on the investment map of Central and Eastern Europe, which is confirmed by many investors who first decide to locate their centres in our city and then expand the scope of their operations within. Such action arises from our competitive advantages over other business locations: access to well-educated employees, perfect location and quality of life which is exceptional, even on a national scale. We are extremely pleased with the dynamic development and business performance of the Katowice branch of TMF Group. We believe that locally employed specialists will secure the continuation of further effective growth of the Centre", says Marcin Krupa, Mayor of Katowice.
TMF Group has just started recruitment, looking for experts fluent in English, German or French. They will work for clients from England, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Channel Islands (Guernsey and Jersey).
"We start the recruitment from experienced specialists, who will later employ less experienced but exceptionally talented and willing to learn colleagues for their departments", says Joanna Romańczuk, Managing Director of the Polish and Ukrainian branches of TMF Group.
Each of the Centre's employees will be able to join the internal TMF Business Academy, where the most experienced experts lecture.