TIME Finance, which has offices in Warrington, has announced the appointment of Sean Hughes as Head of Compliance.
The latest move strengthens the firm’s position as a reputable and trusted lender to UK SMEs and support their strategic, growth-orientated goals.
Sean brings over 10 years’ experience to the role having built a credible career within the financial services sector. During his time at firms including Thistle Initiatives Group, BNY Mellon, Atlanta Group and Time Finance, Sean has played a hands-on role in monitoring compliance policies and processes, recommending areas for improvement, and providing advisory services.
In his new position, Sean will lead the compliance function and ensure the firm continues to excel in meeting its regulatory obligations.
Speaking of his appointment, Sean said: “I’m delighted to be re-joining Time Finance and stepping up to this new position. The firm already has an excellent reputation for delivering services built on transparency, integrity, and trust. I’m looking forward to building on that further and helping Time Finance to achieve its longer-term commercial goals whilst also ensuring our customers are at the heart of those decisions. They have a genuine commitment to delivering solutions to UK businesses to inspire confidence and growth, and that’s great to be a part of.”
Time Finance specialise in the provision or arrangement of funding solutions to over 20,000 UK businesses seeking to access the finance they need to realise their growth plans. UK Businesses can take advantage of an extensive portfolio comprising: Asset Finance, Invoice Finance, Loans and Vehicle Finance.
As Ed Rimmer, CEO of Time Finance commented: “Sean is a great addition to the Time Finance leadership team and will carry on the great work we have delivered over the last few years. Ensuring that our business continues to conduct itself in a way which matches our values of being highly commercial, easy to deal with and having a common-sense approach to doing business is key. Sean will play an important role in monitoring existing initiatives and seeking improvements so that we maintain our title of a credible and trusted funding partner.”