REC’s new business partner to offer financial advice to members
The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has signed an agreement with Allied Irish Bank (GB) to offer finance solutions and advice to its members.
Winner of the Business Moneyfacts ‘Best Service from a Business Bank’ Award three years in a row from 2014 to 2016, Allied Irish Bank (GB) provides a range of financial products and services specifically designed for Owner Managed Businesses.
As part of the deal with the REC, Allied Irish Bank (GB) is offering REC members the chance to take advantage of its Invoice Discounting facility without arrangement or renewal fees.
REC chief executive, Kevin Green, said, “There is a huge number of recruitment firms that are run by owner managers who have to be experts in all parts of the operation, from marketing through to compliance. The REC’s Scale Up campaign is designed to help this section of the market especially by providing all the expertise, insight and value recruitment leaders need to grow their business. Our partnership with Allied Irish Bank (GB) is part of this offer to owner managers; it will help our members to access expert financial advice whilst saving time and money.”
Margaret O’Donoghue, senior relationship manager at Allied Irish Bank (GB), commented, “We wanted to join up with the REC because we have a shared mission to help businesses succeed. We understand the challenges that come with running a recruitment business and we are able to provide bespoke solutions for our clients based not only on their needs, but also on their ambitions. We’re looking forward to helping REC members become even more successful.”
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