New York-based mortgage lender InterContinental Capital Group plans to make a big investment in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The lender will add 500 jobs in Charlotte over the next five years as a part of a $5.8 million capital investment, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said in a news release on Tuesday.
Overall, $8.45 million in incentives has been offered by the state, including $7.7 million through the Job Development Investment Grant program, $650,000 from the community college system and $109,661 in city investment grants.
The North Carolina Department of Commerce, who spearheaded the agreement with ICG, was in competition with several details ⇒
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