We’re expecting to see the number of accounts we administer increase at least 10-fold by the end of this year.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
With rapid growth expected in 2013 thanks to several exciting new relationships, Inspira is expanding its office space and adding new employees; two new employees this week with a plan for at least one more in the short term.
An IRA recordkeeper with a focus on low-balance IRA accounts and Automatic IRA Rollovers, Inspira anticipates “exponential growth” this year, according to company President Lowell Smith Jr.
“We’re expecting to see the number of accounts we administer increase at least 10-fold by the end of this year,” said Smith. “As a result, we’ve purchased additional office space adjacent to our current offices and have started filling it with staff in preparation for our increased volume.”
This first wave of employees is comprised of IRA specialists that will work in Inspira’s customer service center, assisting the influx of new accountholders the company is anticipating.
Collin Ballantine joins Inspira as a customer service representative. Most recently, Ballantine worked as a foreclosure specialist with National Real Estate Services of Pittsburgh, where he managed all stages of property sales.
Ballantine is joined by Kathy Scheidlmeier, also starting with Inspira as a customer service representative. Scheidlmeier previously worked with Fidelity Bank, which recently merged with WesBanco.
“This is just the start of our expansion,” added Smith Jr. “As we continue to grow, we will continue to add new employees, and hopefully soon we’ll even outgrow our additional space.”
About Inspira: Based in Pittsburgh, PA, Inspira was founded in 2002 and provides Automatic IRA Rollover and Plan Termination services to bundled providers, recordkeepers, third party administrators, financial advisors and employers.