Here at BNP Paribas Personal Finance we always play to win, and our 2019 Leadership Scrum was no exception. The annual event, which was held at the University of Warwick Business School, took place in mid-January and focused on collaboration and learning. It offered a great opportunity to bring our leaders together to contribute to the ongoing success of our company.
At BNP Paribas Personal Finance, we believe that we all have a responsibility to treat our environment with respect, and our 'What's my Impact' initiative (an engagement and awareness programme linked to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals) has seen us take steps to improve our carbon footprint.
Last year we teamed up with Lawrence Dallaglio to provide new opportunities for vulnerable young people across the West Midlands through his Dallaglio RugbyWorks initiative. Here our CEO Stephen Hunt examines our reasons for doing so, and asks businesses across the region one simple question – what will your impact be this year?
Solihull-based consumer finance provider BNP Paribas Personal Finance has signed a new, extended agreement with Dixons Carphone. The deal will see the retailer able to offer its customers credit on more products in the new year, including an increasing number of mobile handsets.
With the West Midlands currently home to the highest percentage of young people not in education, employment or training in the UK, more disadvantaged teenagers than ever are slipping through the cracks. We're passionate about helping young people gain skills for the workplace and that’s why we’ve teamed up with England rugby legend Lawrence Dallaglio to bring his Dallaglio RugbyWorks programme to the West Midlands.
Solihull apprentice Taylor Mullins has been recognised for making waves in the town’s business community at this year’s Solihull BID Awards. Taylor, of BNP Paribas Personal Finance, was named the town’s best apprentice during a glittering awards ceremony which recognises the successes of local businesses and their colleagues.