Solihull based BNP Paribas Personal Finance has been celebrated for making an outstanding achievement in innovation in the town’s business community at this year’s Solihull BID Excellence Awards. The awards, held at voco St. John’s, recognises the successes of local businesses and their colleagues and colleagues from BNP Paribas Personal Finance were delighted to win the award in the outstanding innovation and enterprise category.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance has teamed up with TrustMark to offer its registered businesses and their customers a new range of finance options for work undertaken on the home. The partnership will give homeowners access to the funds required to carry out work on their property – with prohibitive costs being considered as one of the leading reasons for installers missing out on jobs.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance has hosted a special event to recognise the achievements of charity partner Dallaglio RugbyWorks during its first 12 months in the West Midlands. The event at the company’s Solihull headquarters saw rugby-legend Lawrence Dallaglio address delegates following the Rugby World Cup in Japan, while he also used the opportunity to reflect on some of the charity’s key achievements during its first year in the region.
The West Midlands might be one of the fastest growing regions in the country, but it still suffers from some of the highest levels of youth unemployment in the UK – and we’re passionate about changing this statistic. And now our recent project with local social enterprise Digital Innov8ors has been shortlisted for the Outstanding Innovation and Enterprise Award at this year’s Solihull BID Excellence Awards.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance partners with Arval to offer one stop shop to purchase and finance used stock. Two divisions of the BNP Paribas Group in the UK – BNP Paribas Personal Finance and car leasing specialist, Arval – are joining forces to launch a new stock financing solution for motor dealers across the UK.
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