Engage FS speaks with CEO of Recognise, Jason Oakley

Jason has had a stellar 35 year career in Banking, starting at Natwest/RBS before moving to Close Brothers before becoming one of the early employees at Metro. Jason helped grow the loan book from £60m to £2.5bln in the near 3 years he was there.

This podcast is about Jason setting up his own bank as he feels there is a huge area of need in the UK - serving SMEs.

Hear how the bank is ready to go and make it's mark in the UK

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Small businesses call for more financial support ahead of the Budget

Nearly half of small businesses in the hospitality and property sectors are calling on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to extend the government’s financial support package for the sector in next month’s Budget as they struggle to stay afloat during continued lockdown restrictions, new research has found. A survey of 500 companies by Recognise, UK’s newest SME […]

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Recognise Implements nCino banking platform

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