As part of its commitment to making a difference and being an inclusive employer in the region, BNP Paribas Personal Finance is helping to bridge the gap between education and the workplace. Students from local Braidwood Trust School for the Deaf were recently welcomed for an interview skills training day. The opportunity was to give young people the opportunity to experience what it's like to apply for a job in a real life working environment.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance, part of leading European Bank BNP Paribas, has announced the appointment of Andrew Brameld as Managing Director of its Motor Finance business. The consumer finance business headquartered in Solihull aims to double in size by 2020 and as part of its strategy plans to expand into the motor finance market. Andrew will be responsible for contributing to BNP Paribas Personal Finance’s overall strategy and developing its offer in motor finance for manufacturers, Leisure, independent dealerships and the consumer.
Colleagues at the leading consumer provider BNP Paribas Personal Finance are delighted the company has been named as a Disability Confident employer. The accreditation recognises BNP Paribas Personal Finance's commitment to supporting people with disabilities, which is just part of the company's focus on being an inclusive employer.
As a major employer in the West Midlands, BNP Paribas Personal Finance is proud to signal its commitment to LGBT equality and a positive and inclusive workplace. The consumer finance company has a clear vision of being a force for positive change and was delighted to receive Stonewall Top 100 status earlier this year to recognise their commitment to providing everyone with an equal opportunity to succeed.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance celebrated a second group of its colleagues completing the company's Leadership Graduation Programme at St John's Hotel, Solihull. The training programme, designed to increase leadership capability to enable and support the company's ambitious growth plans, launched in September 2016 and saw the first group graduate in April this year.