Known as the 'Oscars of the banking world', the British Bank Awards are voted for by customers to promote the most trusted financial brands across the UK. The Awards are run by Smart Money People, the UK’s review and insight platform for financial services, with an aim to increase trust and transparency in the sector. It's the most widely reported banking award in the UK and this year's winners were revealed at a virtual event on 8th July.
Fleximize was a finalist in both the 'Best Business Finance Provider' and the 'Customer Service Champion' categories at this year's seventh awards ceremony. As a multi-award-winning digital business lender, we've claimed the title of 'Best Business Finance Provider' twice before, and we're delighted to be 'Highly Commended' in the same category this year. As the awards have a specific focus on putting customers at the heart of the industry, we're thrilled to be recognised for the work we've done to stay agile and respond to a change in user needs during the pandemic, something we demonstrated last summer with a major update to our products and processes.
Peter Tuvey, Co-Founder and CEO of Fleximize, said: “Being highly commended at the 2021 British Bank Awards is an honour, and we're once again very pleased to be recognised by such a prestigious awards body that aims to keep customers at the heart of the industry. Since our launch in 2014, we've always worked hard to ensure that our customers' needs are at the very centre of our overall offering, something we saw reflected in our most successful Q1 earlier this year following a change to our products and processes. We're delighted to receive recognition from the British Bank Awards for the third time in our short history and will continue to stay agile and meet the changing needs of the UK's community of small business owners."
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