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MotoNovo chief executive: Time right for Cardiff move

A car finance firm is to create nearly 600 jobs in a £100m investment in the centre of Cardiff.

Rapidly-expanding MotoNovo is moving its headquarters across the city and planning to more than double in size over the next few years.

The company, owned by a South African bank, is relocating from Llanishen to Central Square in the city centre.

It joins a bank and a legal firm in the same office block being built next to Cardiff Central railway station.

MotoNovo chief executive Mark Standish and Economy Minister Edwina Hart talked to BBC Wales business correspondent Brian Meechan about the expansion.

  • 15 Mar 2016
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