Top Car Finance Firm Scoops European Award
By Kyle Lindsay
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - 16:20
Prestige car finance specialists, Oracle Finance have bucked the Brexit trend, coming out on top to win a major European award.
The Oracle team won the Leasing Life Awards Asset Finance Broker category at an awards ceremony in Amsterdam.
Considered to be one of the top global awards schemes for the finance industry, the Leasing Life Awards, now in its 13th year, recognise businesses that achieve exceptional levels of customer service and business performance.
The event held at Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, in Amsterdam, welcomed 40 finalists, who faced stiff competition from the likes of ING, ABN AMRO and Lloyds Bank. Over 300 guests attended from asset finance and leasing businesses across Europe, with Oracle Finance coming out on top in the Asset Finance Broker category.
Established in 2005, Oracle Finance has developed a reputation over the last 12 years that is second to none in its approach to the funding of prestige, sports and classic cars. The business specialises in financing high-value vehicles – everything from Aston Martins and Range Rovers, to hypercars such as the magnificent LaFerrari, and even Formula 1 cars.
Oracle Finance Managing Director, Peter Brook, said “We are delighted to win such a prestigious industry award and accept it on behalf of our fantastic team.
“Being recognised on a European stage has given us a huge boost following an outstanding year for the business that has seen us recruit new people and achieve record breaking sales – in October alone we provided over £20 million of vehicle finance.
“As the UK’s No. 1 funder for prestige cars, we are committed to our loyal customer base. Over 70% of our sales are generated from repeat business and recommendation and we will continue to set the very highest standards in customer service.”
Oracle Finance provide personally-tailored funding packages for clients nationwide, underwriting over £200 million in vehicle finance annually. Their head office is located near Harrogate, North Yorkshire with offices in central London on Gresham Street.