Reward Finance Group named as one of the 50 fastest growing companies across Yorkshire

24 Mar 2021

Reward Finance Group has capped its tenth anniversary by being included in a list of Yorkshire’s Fastest 50 Awards.

The prestigious awards were established 11 years ago by UK top 100 law firm, Ward Hadaway, to celebrate growth, innovation, and the commercial achievements of Yorkshire businesses.

Based on financial data filed with Companies House, it ranks the fifty best performing companies who have consistently increased turnover whilst remaining profitable.  Reward Finance Group was ranked 37th after helping a record number of SMEs with their funding requirements.

The Fastest 50 list is being published, as usual, after a decision by the organisers to continue to celebrate these successes despite the impact of the pandemic, in an attempt to continue to motivate and inspire those operating in the Yorkshire business community.

Jonathan Pollard, a Corporate Partner at Ward Hadaway, said,

"Congratulations to Reward Finance Group, and every company in the Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 for 2021, for their tremendous achievement in making this year's list.

"This year’s Fastest 50 list, as always, boasts many management teams with an unwavering passion to succeed who have created high growth, profitable businesses. It’s this spirit, and the business success that it creates, that we are delighted to celebrate, particularly this year during such a challenging time for businesses."

Group managing director of Reward Finance Group, Nick Smith, said,

“It is great to receive such an award at the end of our tenth year and following a difficult year for everyone.

“To be included in this prestigious list is due to a tremendous effort from the Reward team and the great support we receive from our introducer network.

“We have gained an excellent reputation for our ‘can do’ attitude and flexibility in getting deals done to enable SMEs to seize an opportunity or provide a short-term capital requirement to get them over a ‘bump in the road’.

“Despite the pandemic, we have been doing all in our powers to provide funding solutions to help businesses navigate through extremely difficult times. It gives us all so much pleasure to help companies, that were finding it difficult to get support from their banks, to not only survive but to prosper and grow.”