Time Finance welcomes George Tierney as relationship executive
Time Finance is pleased to welcome George Tierney as a relationship executive in its invoice finance team.
George joins the leading alternative finance provider with nearly 2 years’ experience in the invoice finance sector, having previously held a role in credit control at Bibby Financial Services before travelling around South America this summer. During his time at Bibby, he established and maintained a portfolio of over 40 clients, chased outstanding debt and ensured his client ledgers were up to date.
In his new role at Time Finance, George will be responsible for overseeing relationships with a diverse client base, looking after their invoice finance facilities, ensuring high levels of client retention and identifying where we can help a business grow with additional funding.
Speaking of his appointment, George commented: “Joining the Time Finance team feels like a really positive career move, and I am excited to be taking on this new challenge in such a familial atmosphere. To be a part of an ambitious company mission with a great reputation in the industry is something I am looking forward to and I feel motivated by their emphasis on internal progression from a personal and professional perspective.”
George’s appointment is the latest in a string of appointments at Time Finance in the last few weeks. The business recently welcomed 2 new regional sales managers, Paul Rooney and Sam Evans, exemplifying the business’ dedication to investing in a team that provides suitable finance solutions to help businesses unlock growth potential.
Tom Cook, relationship manager at Time Finance, added: “We are pleased to welcome George to our team. With his previous experience in credit control, we are excited to see George transfer both his skills and knowledge to his new role. This experience in the sector is invaluable and combined with his commitment to establish himself further in the industry as a relationship executive, George will be a great addition in supporting the growth of our invoice finance proposition.”