New global CEO for Siemens Financial Services Commercial Finance

The commercial finance arm of Siemens Financial Services has appointed a new global chief executive officer. Matthias Grossmann took over the role at the start of January. He was most recently the chief financial officer for Siemens Sweden and the Nordics region and has worked with Siemens Financial Services and the Siemens Group for more than 25 years.

New global CEO for Siemens Financial Services Commercial Finance

Jan 21, 2019

The commercial finance arm of Siemens Financial Services has appointed a new global chief executive officer. Matthias Grossmann took over the role at the start of January. He was most recently the chief financial officer for Siemens Sweden and the Nordics region and has worked with Siemens Financial Services and the Siemens Group for more than 25 years.

Recruitment agency CBC returns to its spiritual home after 12 years

CBC Resourcing Solutions, the UK recruitment agency for the finance industry, has relocated to Altrincham, the town where the business started more than 25 years ago. The business, led Graeme Chisholm and Miles Clarke, is moving from its current offices in Cheadle.

Recruitment agency CBC returns to its spiritual home after 12 years

Jan 14, 2019

CBC Resourcing Solutions, the UK recruitment agency for the finance industry, has relocated to Altrincham, the town where the business started more than 25 years ago. The business, led Graeme Chisholm and Miles Clarke, is moving from its current offices in Cheadle.

Adapting to changing behaviours and new market demands

To remain a leader in the leasing industry, Societe Generale Equipment Finance (SGEF) has adapted to changing behaviours and new demands from both vendors and end clients. The main trend that we are currently seeing is a strong move from traditional acquisition of equipment towards a usage service approach.

Adapting to changing behaviours and new market demands

Jan 07, 2019

To remain a leader in the leasing industry, Societe Generale Equipment Finance (SGEF) has adapted to changing behaviours and new demands from both vendors and end clients. The main trend that we are currently seeing is a strong move from traditional acquisition of equipment towards a usage service approach.

Thought Leaders

Looking ahead to 2019 – a big year for regulation

Dec 13, 2018

2018 will most likely end up being a more positive year than we might have expected – even considering the challenges around declining vehicle registration figures, WLTP, Bank of England interest rate increases and concerns over demand for diesel. For me, none of these issues have been the most interesting aspect of the year; rather, it’s the year’s developments in regulation that continue to be the big story and have the most potential to shape our industry in the future.

Appointments

NETSOL China appoints Hui Liang as president

Jan 04, 2019

NETSOL Technologies has appointed Hui Liang, a 20-year veteran of the technology industry, as president of its Chinese operations. As president of NETSOL China, Liang succeeds and will report directly to Umar Qadri, who has assumed the role of regional chief operating officer for the Asia Pacific region.

Members' Blogs

Are company car drivers ready for autonomous vehicles?

May 18, 2017

The advent of new technology has undoubtedly spurred a new era for driving. But while the concept of the connected car and the adoption of new fuel technologies such as electric and hydrogen fuel cells have been met by open minds, autonomous vehicles have provoked significant debate.