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BNP PARIBAS - AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES TO SUPPORT YOU IN THE NEW NORMAL
During the current crisis it has given us a unique period to reflect on our businesses, what we do well and what we need to do to prepare for the future which is now likely to change forever. There are always questions of how things will change.
BNP PARIBAS PERSONAL FINANCE REVEALS NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH AVENTUS
BNP Paribas Personal Finance has a long history of providing leading insurance premium finance products to brokers in the UK and as part of a global group it operates in 33 countries, priding itself on offering the latest financial technology and supplying solutions which comply with the highest regulatory standards.
PROJECT GROW – TURNING THE SHORT-TERM ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF LOCKDOWN INTO PERMANENT CHANGE
It’s been well documented that the UK-wide lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant environmental impact, with reduced road traffic and industrial emissions leading to a dramatic decrease in air pollution. At BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK, reducing our carbon footprint has always been a priority, and we’ve previously taken steps such as banishing single-use plastics from our offices as part of our ‘What’s My Impact?’ initiative – the cornerstone of our CSR and sustainability efforts.
STRONGER TOGETHER – HELPING BROKERS NAVIGATE THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
At BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK, we’ve been partnering closely with insurance brokers for over 21 years, making it our business to understand their business.
MOVING FORWARD – OUR CEO STEPHEN HUNT ON WHAT WE’VE LEARNT FROM THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS AND HOW THIS CAN BE A CATALYST FOR POSITIVE CHANGE
Research suggests that it takes around two months for a new behaviour to become a permanent habit, and the UK-wide lockdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the way businesses across the country operate moving forward.
KEEPING RUGBY WORKING IN THE WEST MIDLANDS
Dallaglio RugbyWorks (a skills development programme which aims to get teenagers into sustained education) has been greatly affected by the blanket school closures announced in March as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. As the founding partner of the charity’s work in the West Midlands, we’ve provided additional funds to Dallaglio RugbyWorks as part of our COVID-19 relief efforts, with the aim of helping the charity to continue its brilliant work through this difficult time.