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Contract wins 15.01.19

The Curve Group


The Curve Group has entered into the third phase of its partnership with TSB Bank to further expand its business banking capability.


In 2018, The Curve Group successfully recruited TSB’s first two waves of relationship managers and area directors for its business banking team. The third phase of this project outsource contract will see The Curve Group once again providing consultancy, research support and talent mapping in order to attract and select a further 21 additional relationship managers and one senior leader to bolster this nationwide team.


The expansion of the relationship manager team forms part of TSB’s commitment to small business banking, with a multi-million-pound investment programme already underway to build new banking services for small businesses.


As part of this commitment, TSB has already hired 30 relationship managers and two senior leaders in Scotland, North of England and the Midlands. Relationship managers will require the necessary skills to work closely with small business owners in the local area to determine what advice and support will best unlock their potential.


As TSB continues to expand its business banking team, it remains committed to a culture of diversity, inclusion and gender balance at every level and in every part of its business.


Providing an end-to-end solution, The Curve Group will design selection materials and manage all elements of the process on TSB’s behalf including the assessment centres, onboarding process and candidate care, ensuring that TSB’s commitment to an inclusive culture remains throughout.


Richard Davies, TSB’s business banking director, said, “Relationship managers play a very important role in our business banking strategy so we’re delighted to be partnering with the Curve Group once again to identify the best talent to bring small businesses in local economies and nearby rural communities the advice and support they need to succeed.”


Lyndsey Simpson, CEO of The Curve Group, commented, “Building upon the success of phase one and two, we are extremely pleased to be able to continue our partnership with TSB to expand their commercial banking capability. As a value-led organisation ourselves, it is a delight to support TSB in their ambition to build a dynamic, passionate and committed cohort of relationship managers whom will be a key part of their local community. TSB’s commitment to diversity and flexible working will ensure that we are able to attract the best Talent on their behalf and that they will ultimately be able to deliver innovative, local banking solutions for local business.”


LA International


LA International has won a multi-million-pound managed service contract with NHS England to help transform its ICT services to over 12,000 end users.


LA International beat a number of rivals to secure the  multi-year contract that will provide support for the replacement of existing ICT services for four organisations including the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS Improvement, the NHS Health Research Authority and NHS England itself. 


LA International’s CEO, Paul Lukic, commented, “We’re delighted with the win and how the early stages of the relationship have gone. This is a challenging programme of work and it is imperative that NHS England and the Future Services Programme work with an organisation that has the necessary Public Sector pedigree in building the capability required to drive the transformation.”


Client solutions director, Tom Robinson said, “We have invested heavily in our health sector capability, alongside that of our eight operating divisions, and we were able to demonstrate through a competitive process that we have the necessary experience to help the Future Services Programme scale very quickly and in a highly agile way”.


The programme of work will deliver a range of benefits including greater ownership of ICT services, improved cost savings and efficiencies through cloud-based technology adoption, enhanced departmental collaboration and greater alignment to industry best practice and Central Government thinking.


NHS England’s choice underlines LA International’s position as one of the leading providers of Resourcing and Solution services into the Public and Private Sectors, both within the UK and globally.


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