Category: Lending

Millennials, loans and the digital first conundrum

In lender’s boardrooms up and down the country there is a dawning realisation that to stay relevant they will have to increasingly appeal to a younger, more digitally-savvy demographic.

June CEO Blog

Once again politics has taken centre stage after the snap election threw up some intriguing results. The political train even stopped by Target’s offices in Newport in May as we welcomed the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Does the digital revolution pose a threat to vulnerable customers?

Digital processes are now increasingly commonplace in the lending industry. Numerous challenger organisations have launched in the past decade, each looking to disrupt the market and steal a significant share from established firms.

What can the All Blacks teach us about regulation?

For the past decade, the All-blacks have undoubtedly been the dominant force in world rugby and arguably in world sport. Whilst watching them recently, I was struck by how they continually seem to a step or two ahead of the pack.

January CEO Blog

Following the announcement of our acquisition by Tech Mahindra, this year is already shaping up to be an exciting one for us as we look forward to the next stage in our growth.

CML monthly lending figures

All indications are that lending has bounced back this month after a dip in July and August. Fears that the market may be cooling over the longer term post the referendum seem unfounded as first time buyer activity in particular is increasing, which is encouraging.

What is the Future of Lending?

As Co-Group CEO at Target Group I’m often fortunate enough to have a front row seat to witness genuine innovation in financial services. Recently there have been some changes in the lending market in particular that seem to portent exciting times ahead.

Ian and Bill’s monthly review – October

As the dust continues to settle following Brexit, the economic landscape is at least becoming a little clearer. The Bank of England has acted by cutting the base interest rate, to a new historic low of 0.25%.

Brexit: What now for lenders?

The result of the EU Referendum unleashed a wave of uncertainty as central banks, investors, spenders, savers and borrowers alike watched on to see how the result hit the economy.