Wales & South West England
Adam started his career at the Nat West Bank. He went on to work as an underwriter and then in sales for First National Bank before joining CCS in 2006. Adam likes the fact that no two days are ever the same, and gets a great sense of achievement from making a difference to the retailers he works with. Adam spends most of his free time trying to keep up with his two young children.
Yorkshire & North East England
David brings a real enthusiasm and dedication to his role as Business Development Manager, and he’s been in the sector for over 30 years. He enjoys the variety the role entails and the fact it gives him the chance to work with some interesting businesses and people. David enjoys walks with his dog and is an annual participant in the Great North Run to raise money for charity.
Colin has over 40 years’ experience in consumer finance, and in recent years has focused on FCA authorisation and compliance. Colin previously worked with CCS between 2014–2016 before rejoining the business in October 2019. He enjoys the challenge of providing a service to retail-partners that is second to none, and his hobbies include hill walking and supporting Scottish football.
North West, Midlands & N.I.
Dan spent over ten years in trade and invoice financing working for RBS and Aldermore before joining CCS. He moved into consumer finance looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to work closely with retailers. Dan is a qualified Lawn Tennis Association coach and a fan of Manchester United.
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