Time Finance are pleased to announce that they have appointed Adam Shakespear as Business Development Executive in their Invoice Finance division.
Adam joins the team with 2 years industry experience, having spent that time building a strong network of intermediaries and helping their clients access Invoice Finance solutions. In his new role, Adam will be responsible for supporting the growth plans of businesses across the North West, ensuring they have the flexible and supportive funding they need to bring their growth plans to life.
Speaking of his appointment, Adam said: “It’s a great time to be joining Time Finance. There’s a definite momentum in the market, with investment high on the agenda and many business owners looking for cashflow funding solutions to help capitalise on those new business opportunities. Time Finance have been a stable funder throughout the pandemic and have demonstrated a strong commitment to helping business owners come out of the other side and build back stronger. I’m excited to be working alongside such a dynamic team and contributing to making a real difference for our clients.”
The announcement follows a number of recent appointments and promotions within Time Finance, including Ed Rimmer to permanent CEO and both Simon Holian and Rob Walters to Business Development Manager roles. All of which further demonstrate the firm’s commitment to investing in their people as well as driving awareness and growth across their portfolio of financial solutions.
Andy Hume, Head of Sales (North) at Time Finance, commented: “Adam is a great addition to our team, and we are delighted to have him on board as we continue to expand our presence across the UK.
“As a national sales team, we are committed to delivering valuable and staple finance solutions to businesses who are looking to release additional working capital for innovation and growth. We have ambitious growth objectives to continue enabling UK SMEs to gain easy access to our Invoice Finance solutions and Adam’s appointment will help us in achieving this.”
Invoice Finance can relieve pressure on cashflow and give businesses the freedom to grow. By releasing up to 90% of the value of unpaid invoices, business owners can access additional working capital and use the funds to support day-to-day cashflow requirements or support innovation and growth. Time Finance offer confidential and disclosed facilities ranging from £10,000 to £2.5million, with the added flexibility that their facilities can grow alongside a business.
Time Finance also specialise in the provision or arrangement of Asset Finance, Loan and Vehicle Finance solutions. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Time Finance has been working hard to help its customers through this turbulent period with their portfolio of solutions. The CBILS accreditation that they received back in May 2020 and their latest RLS accreditation provides an additional opportunity to instil reassurance and confidence back into British business through Asset Finance and Loan facilities.