Investec Asset Finance PLC has announced the launch of Broker Insights, an online content hub dedicated to serving the needs of the UK asset finance broker community.
Broker Insights offers regular updates and information about the UK’s business environment that is relevant to the asset finance industry.
Designed and created with market participants in mind, the hub will highlight key trends and themes in public affairs, economics, regulation and financing that will affect brokers and the SMEs they represent.
One of the hubs sections will focus on a list of economic and market events for the asset finance industry, along with access to a range of CPD-accredited training sessions hosted by Investec.
Led by Andy Hart and supported by a highly experienced team, Investec is focused on delivering tailored finance solutions, as well as providing excellent customer service to its broker partners.
Stuart Hughes, head of broker sales at Investec (pictured above), said: “At Investec, our priority is our brokers and the launch of Broker Insights shows that we are committed to making their lives as easy as possible.
“By creating a website that houses the most relevant information under the same roof, brokers will have the essential insights they need at their fingertips.
“Investec is committed to helping our brokers understand the issues affecting the industry and working with them to provide flexible and bespoke asset finance solution.
“We have been in this industry for over 10 years and we are proud to have the relationships we do with over 240 brokers around the UK.
“This content hub is another way for us to be providing a full and premium service to our valued partners, so they can continue to meet their growth ambitions.”
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