RFS LISTED IN THE 2018 FT1000.

RFS has been listed for a second successive year in the FT1000, the complete list of Europe’s fastest growing companies.

Covering 31 countries, The FT1000 lists the companies that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016.

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John Turner, chief executive of RFS, said “It’s great that we’ve been listed again. Our success represents over 10 years of hard work from a big team of people and starts to demonstrate that what we’re doing is sustainable. We’re continuing to grow our business through delivering a high quality service to our clients and bringing new offerings to the market. The future of RFS is looking very positive.”

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In addition to the FT.com feature, a special supplement is also being published with the newspaper on 30th April.

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