Mike Ayres – Financial Services Sector Specialist
At the start of 2018 the financial landscape was supposed to change with the introduction ‘open banking’ as PSD 2 coming into force. Whilst it is fair to say that there wasn’t an overnight change there are many companies converting their ideas into reality, utilising the banks data on consumers to provide new and improved services.
Part of the problem has been due to the banks delayed implementation of the required APIs, but exciting consumers with the possibilities has proved more difficult than expected.
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Outsourcing support – to assist with bookkeeping or preparing management accounts.
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As a growing business it is important to have the right people around you with the understanding of your business and sector. Equally important is ensuring that you can get on with making the business a success.
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