March 9, 2016
Target Group, the financial services outsourcing and software business, has been selected by Bridging and Development finance lender Pivot Finance to provide its Bluechip Lender system. The deal sees Target become the largest provider of systems to the Bridging Finance sector.
March 4, 2016
We catch up with Richard Thompson, Partner Portfolio Advisory Group at PWC
March 3, 2016
At Target we are constantly looking to assess the current state of financial services in the United Kingdom, helping to provide optimised services for our clients. As part of this assessment, we recently published our latest research around the changing UK lending market.
March 3, 2016
There are many positives in the Bank of England 2015 Q4 usage and lending data. Growth in net lending to SME’s is the fundamental objective of the FLS Extension and the data indicates that the scheme is succeeding. We also see growth in the participation of non-traditional lenders as encouraging because more competition will benefit SME’s.
February 24, 2016
Target Group is delighted to have been awarded runners up in the 2016 CICM British Credit Awards for the category of Consumer Collections Team of the Year. Our team enjoyed a brilliant evening celebrating all the nominees’ efforts throughout the year, as well as thanking them for their hard work on continually developing our solution.
February 18, 2016
It is fair to say that, as a breed, insurance intermediaries have long been the ‘Apple’ of the insurance market, offering innovative solutions, creative value added services and advice to their customers.
February 10, 2016
We caught up with Mike Newman, Director of Structured Products at Target Group, to understand a little more about the launch and the opportunities he sees in the marketplace
February 2, 2016
In a rapidly changing market giving your customers and shareholders peace of mind that you have a back up plan in place should the worst happen is essential.
January 22, 2016
Clearly there’s been a lot of change in this market, particularly in the tax treatment of Buy to Let landlords. The sector must be feeling a little groggy from the amount of change that it has had to plan for, particularly with amendments to the stamp duty and the landlords tax allowance