We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been named a Finalist in the British Bank Awards 2019 for two categories: 'Best Business Finance Provider' and 'Best Alternative Finance Provider'.
Being shortlisted for these two awards is particularly significant to Fleximize, as The British Bank Awards are voted for by customers, and a large part of our brand focus is based around our relationship-driven approach to lending.
So far over 18,000 customers have voted for over 160 different companies, with voting for Finalists ongoing until the 10th February. We’ll find out if we’ve won at an awards ceremony in London on the 7th March 2019.
With our unique approach to business funding helping thousands of UK-based businesses access much-needed finance, we’re honoured to be recognized by such a highly-respected programme, especially after winning 'Best Business Finance Provider' at the 2018 Awards.
Now in their fifth year, the British Bank Awards are run by Smart Money People, and have became the most widely reported banking awards in the UK, as featured in The Daily Mail, Sunday Express, The Mirror, The Guardian, Spectator Money, Daily Record, Finextra, The Memo and Bridging & Commercial among others.
Mike Fotis, founder of Smart Money People, said: “With a more competitive financial services landscape emerging every day, we use the British Bank Awards to celebrate the firms that are working hard to deliver great products and services to their customers. After weeks of voting, our Finalists should be very proud of the great feedback received from their customers to date.”
With a range of categories including ‘Best Savings Provider,’ ‘Best Banking App’ and ‘Customer Service Champion’ the British Bank Awards 2019 will help navigate millions of consumers through the abundance of financial services firms across the UK.
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