September 11, 2019
Target Group has today announced the appointment of Aileen Wallace as an Independent Non-Executive Director and Board Member.
September 5, 2019
At Target we’re committed to driving Diversity and Inclusion, that’s why we’ve signed up to the Women in Finance Charter. Here are the commitments we've made to meet the Women in Finance Charter.
August 27, 2019
Target Group has today announced the appointment of Mark Gilliver as its new Business Development Director. Drawing on many years of experience in the financial services sector his new position will focus on business development, client services and operational transformation.
April 3, 2019
Target reduced its gender pay gap by 4.8 percentage points to 22.5%, considerably below the industry average of 33.4%*. It also reduced is median pay gap by 5.5 percentage points to 15.1%, more than half the figure for the financial services and insurance sectors (35.7%*).
March 25, 2019
Sophie Grant has been named Best HR Professional in Financial & Professional Services for her role at Target Group at the 2019 Wales HR Awards, which recognises and celebrates the achievements of HR professionals across Wales.
February 15, 2019
In the new and exciting world of robotic process automation (RPA) the same kind of thing could be said – don’t automate your problems – yet today again many banks and financial services institutions are rushing headlong into digital programmes without considering what they are automating.
January 24, 2019
Target Group has appointed financial services expert Neil Glover as Business Development Director. Target also adds to its Client Services team with David Facenfield joining as Client Development Director.
January 16, 2019
Trying to forecast what the market might look like is a difficult enough task at the best of times. But when faced with the backdrop of the current political and economic uncertainty, making predictions is increasingly difficult.
January 3, 2019
Charities are increasing their pressure on the finance industry to do more to protect its customers from their own spending. With Barclays introducing ways for its debit cards to be ‘switched off’ to certain types of spending, will we see such features extend further into all retail finance?