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BNP PARIBAS PERSONAL FINANCE - A PLACE TO BE YOURSELF
As a major employer in the West Midlands, BNP Paribas Personal Finance is proud to signal its commitment to being an inclusive work place and to LGBTQ+ equality. The consumer finance company has a clear vision of being a force for positive change and proactively creates an environment and culture which enables people to be themselves.
GIVING SECOND HAND CARS A SECOND THOUGHT
We asked Andrew Brameld, managing director of BNP Paribas Personal Finance’s motor finance business in the UK, about the growing trend to buy used cars. Read his blog.
BNP PARIBAS PERSONAL FINANCE RECRUITMENT TEAM TOP TIPS
Recruitment managers Suzie Shanks and Sophie Egan open up about the journey they take when on the lookout for top talent and share how you can impress when it comes to applying and interviewing for your dream job.
CLAIRE MOORE TALKS ABOUT LIFE AT BNP PARIBAS PERSONAL FINANCE
Our ambition at BNP Paribas Personal Finance is to create a great place to work, and we are proud of the diverse and inclusive environment that we’ve created. Gender diversity is part of our culture, and we’re working hard to achieve our goal of a 50/50 gender split in the senior management team by September 2022, as part of our commitment to the Women in Finance Charter.
DANIEL WILLIAMS NAMED BIRMINGHAM YOUNG PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR 2019
As headline sponsor of Birmingham Young Professional of the Year, everyone at BNP Paribas Personal Finance is delighted to congratulate Daniel Williams on being crowned BYPY 2019. Daniel, who is head of resourcing at Avison Young’s Birmingham office, received his award during the annual, glitzy ceremony at the ICC in the city centre.
CONSUMER SPENDING ON INSURANCE OUTSTRIPS CLOTHING AS PREMIUMS RISE
According to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, household expenditure is on the rise. Families are now spending more per week than at any time in the last 14 years and dedicating more of their funds to protecting their property than they do on essentials such as clothing and travel passes.