BCRS appoints financial controller

BCRS (Black Country Reinvestment Society) the non-bank lender has appointed a new financial controller due to the “exceptional” growth the business has witnessed over the past two years. Stephen Deakin who takes up the role has worked in finance sector for slightly less than a full 12 years within a variety of businesses and across a number of differing industry sectors. With the businesses he previously worked at ranging from sole traders to a group of companies having a turnover… Read More >

Six local enterprise partnerships join forces

  Six local enterprise partnerships in the Midlands have agreed to join together to create a major investment fund worth at least £125 million, an initiative which is expected to create or safeguard 9,000 jobs and help 400 new businesses to start up. The Regional Investment Fund will provide a range of programmes to support growing businesses within the Six local enterprise partnerships areas:-the Black Country, Coventry & Warwickshire, Greater Birmingham & Solihull, Marches, Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire and Worcestershire local enterprise… Read More >

Central Finance brings Alternative Business Finance to the Black Country

Central Finance, a firm of Alternative Business Finance experts, is expanding its services into the Black Country in a bid to support local enterprises. Already having offices in Birmingham and London, Central Finance has recently recruited James Coldicott as new Business Development Manager who is going to head the company’s new offices in Oldbury. With an extensive background in commercial finance, James, 38, is also bringing a wealth of new contacts to the firm. Commenting on the company’s expansion, Central… Read More >