Independent financial services broker Midlands Asset Finance has been selected to contribute to the prestigious 2017 Parliamentary Review, representing the finance sector.
Director Sue Chapman, who set up the company in 2008, has been invited to submit a report about best practice, culture, and the challenges the business has faced over the past 12 months and how it has overcome them.
She will also talk about the importance of access to finance for small firms and how it can unlock investment, new jobs and economic growth.
Established by former minister the Rt Hon David Curry shortly after the 2010 General Election, The Parliamentary Review’s September release has become a key fixture in the political calendar.
The annual review of the year in Parliament covers a range of sectors, from a policy standpoint.
It aims to showcase exceptional practice as a learning tool to both public and private sectors, with the finance edition aimed particularly at leading policymakers and business leaders in financial services.
It will be distributed to around 35,000 key policymakers across the UK and abroad.
Sue said: “We were thrilled to hear that Midlands Asset Finance has joined a privileged few in this year’s Parliamentary Review. Only a handful of companies across the UK are selected to take part each year and to receive this level of recognition is a reward in itself for what we have achieved as a team and in the financial intermediary market.
“2016 was a great year for us. We increased our headcount and expanded into additional premises following the launch of our new online business, www.assetfinancecompared.co.uk, a unique digital platform which delivers an automated online asset finance quote and a quick credit decision to businesses with an asset finance requirement.
“Strategically, the new platform complements perfectly our existing Midlands Asset Finance business, where our team of banking and asset finance relationship managers deliver multi-credit lines for major corporate and SME businesses for asset finance, invoice finance and property transactions”.