The award, saw the Bank fend off stiff competition from other organisations, claiming the prize at a ceremony in London's Grosvenor House Hotel. Speaking about the award, George Ashworth, Managing Director of Asset Finance, said:
"This is a tremendous result and one that reflects all the hard work, passion and commitment that you all give to this business."
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60 per cent of small and medium businesses in the United Kingdom use asset finance to fund investments. The service offers companies the opportunity to spread the cost of an asset over the period of its use, allowing organisations to acquire the machinery, vehicles and equipment they need without sapping existing capital. It is just another example of Aldermore's commitment to SMEs; providing tailored solutions to help businesses expand and flourish.
Aldermore Bank has also recently extended its asset finance proposition, allowing brokers to submit proposals for the financing of soft assets, including IT and office equipment. Speaking about the news, George Ashworth said the move was part of the Bank's strategy to 'become the leading independent provider of asset finance facilities.'
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