SHORTLIST FOR THE SIEMENS FINANCIAL SERVICES/LEASING FOUNDATION INNOVATION AND SERVICE EXCELLENCE AWARD ANNOUNCED
- award for an organisation committed to innovation, digitialization or culture change that has delivered outstanding service excellence
- presented at Leasing Foundation’s Third Annual Conference on 11 September at the Siemens Crystal, London.
Three organisations have been shortlisted for The Siemens Financial Services Innovation and Service Excellence Business of the Year 2015 Award that will be presented by Chair of Judges Jonathan Andrew (Global Chief Executive, Commercial Finance, Siemens Financial Services) on 11th September.
The award recognises an organisation that has demonstrated a significant commitment to innovation, digitialization or culture change that has delivered outstanding service excellence.
From nine organisations nominated for the award, the three organisations shortlisted are:
- Bibby Financial Services
- Metro Bank
- Funding Circle
Peter Thomas, one of the organisers of the award and of the Annual Conference said: “At this year’s conference we wanted to recognise organisations that are both building their own success, and helping create a vibrant, innovative, and customer-centric industry, with this award for outstanding service excellence. The three organisations shortlisted illustrate the different dimensions to innovation, digitialization or culture change underpinning service excellence and we look forward to announcing the winner on September 11 at the close of our annual conference”.
The Leasing Foundation Third Annual Conference, sponsored and hosted by Siemens Financial Services, is this year focusing on the challenge of sustaining the leasing and asset finance industry. At a time of disruption in the economic environment, and when emerging technologies and new business models are changing the nature of business, the leasing and asset finance industry faces the challenge of building a sustainable future. Creating a pipeline of talent, retaining and developing the brightest people, creating frameworks for innovation that can weather the macroeconomic storms of the next decade, identifying technologies that can support and drive new business propositions, and finding a place in the minds of government, business and society are some of the key challenges.