At BNP Paribas Personal Finance we feel it’s vitally important to support our local communities to help make a positive impact. An incredible charity harnessing the power of sport to create positive change is StreetGames, which works tirelessly to help make young people and their communities healthier, safer and more successful.
The past six months have been a time of great change for all of us, and in addition to the adjustments to our everyday life, the move to working from home (and eventually nationwide lockdown) has also led to a shift in our shopping habits.
Whether we’re celebrating the best professional talent in the region as lead sponsor of the BYPY awards, or helping Dallaglio RugbyWorks to engage teenagers outside of mainstream education through their skills development programme, we’re passionate about tackling youth unemployment and increasing opportunities for young people.
Here at BNP Paribas Personal Finance, we're proud to provide young talent with the experience they need for their future careers. And with the current decline in the jobs market - a trend which is likely to hit those under 25 hardest - showing no signs of abating, it is now more important than ever to support the next generation and give them the opportunity to develop their workplace skills.
New research from BNP Paribas Personal Finance into the global motor industry has revealed how an increasing awareness of the environment is impacting upon car buyers’ purchasing decisions, with 49% saying they will consider a hybrid and 33% an electric model when making their next purchase.
BNP Paribas Personal Finance, the consumer finance specialist, will use Experian’s Open Banking technology and Aryza’s Debtsense digital platform to provide round-the-clock online account reviews to help customers who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic create an affordable payment plan based on their financial circumstances.