RFS Proves Ability to Scale-up

RFS is delighted to announce its recent win in the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2017 Awards. Having been selected as a finalist, and then winner of the London & South region scale-up category, CEO John Turner went on to be chosen by the judges as the national winner of the prestigious EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2017 UK scale-up award. The award organisers commented that the calibre of this year’s finalists was phenomenal.

The ability to scale-up operations is one of the main reasons clients rely on RFS. Since being established in 2005 the regulatory management consultancy has supported the financial services sector with large teams of specialist resource to fulfil their changing needs. Often doing so against critical timescales.

In response to the growing demands of clients RFS has tripled in size in the last three years. The company now employs a large permanent staff at its Swindon head office, and has significant numbers of contracted associates working on well-established projects across the UK.

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2017 UK scale-up award is the latest in a series of awards achieved recently by RFS. This includes being listed in the Sunday Times/Virgin Fast Track 100, the FT European top 1,000 and being accredited by Investors in People.

These award successes underline how RFS has cemented itself in the market, with the largest outcome testing team in the financial services sector, a Consumer Credit division and a Financial Crime practice. Looking to 2018 RFS is continuing in the entrepreneurial spirit by developing new technology offerings, to help clients better manage their businesses, in areas such as cyber-crime and blockchain.

Share this article:

Further Reading

A new era for SIPPs?

15/11/2018 by

The Berkeley Burke court ruling has the potential to prompt increased regulatory action in the Self-invested […]

Vulnerable Customers: Are you getting it r...

30/10/2018 by

Organisations are now being asked to assess, identify and take action in response to customer vulnerability; […]

A new world for the insurance sector

02/10/2018 by

The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) signals some subtle, but critical changes to the current day procedures. […]

Services

Latest Articles

A new era for SIPPs?

15/11/2018 by

The Berkeley Burke court ruling has the potential to prompt increased regulatory action in the Self-invested […]

Read >

Vulnerable Customers: Are you getting it r...

30/10/2018 by

Organisations are now being asked to assess, identify and take action in response to customer vulnerability; […]

Read >

A new world for the insurance sector

02/10/2018 by

The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) signals some subtle, but critical changes to the current day procedures. […]

Read >