Pulse Cashflow Finance, the specialist provider of Invoice Finance to UK businesses has promoted Neil Minton to the role of Head of Factoring Services. The move comes as the firm restructures its client operations team to support their growth strategy which aims to build a growing and increasingly diverse portfolio of clients. This role is complemented by a new Head of Strategic Finance role which is responsible for managing larger clients with more complex funding requirements.
Neil joins the leadership team and will report to Terry Bond, the firms’ Risk Director. He will take overall responsibility for managing the Invoice Finance client portfolio ensuring they continue to maintain effective client relationships with a keen focus on delivering fast, transparent, and fair financial solutions whilst managing the overall client portfolio risk.
Neil brings a wealth of experience managing credit control within the electricity and invoice finance arena having spent over two decades across SSE plc and Pulse Cashflow. His promotion reflects the firms’ commitment to investing in their team and recruiting from within where possible. As advocaats of this approach, they are proud to support team members who have a desire to develop and build a successful career within the firm.
As Neil commented on his appointment: “It’s been a challenging few years, but also rewarding, working with our clients to support their journeys back to growth. Building effective working relationships is important to me as it is the foundation to a beneficial client relationship. I am passionate about working closely with clients to understand their expectations and delivering solutions that achieve their aims. Ensuring they have the funds they need and a friendly ear when needed has been vital in securing the health of many businesses. It’s been a busy and exciting five years and I’m delighted to be offered this new role.”
Pulse Cashflow Finance provide UK businesses with access to funding solutions that will help firms continue to drive forward with their plans. With Invoice Finance facilities up to £5m, businesses can be confident that they have access to the funds they need and our continuing support. The UK business sector continues to face challenging conditions and Pulse Cashflow remain committed to ensuring they can access the flexible and transparent funding solutions they need to support their business growth.
As Terry Bond, Risk Director at Pulse Cashflow Finance concluded: “We are delighted to see Neil take up this role. He has been an instrumental part of the team over the last five years and was our natural choice. He has a proven ability to build strong client relationships based on a deep understanding of their business and what they need from their funding solution. Neil is passionate about delivering the best in client service ensuring that we deliver to their expectations and by maintaining strong working relationships he can make this happen. Neil will be a real asset in supporting our continuing growth and ambitious plans as we move forward and respond to the increased demand for invoice finance.”