Over the past few months, the number of organisations engaging with FSQS has grown significantly with a total of 25 financial institutions having joined to manage their third-party risk and compliance information.
Hellios are delighted to welcome LVGI, Hastings Group, Teachers Building Society, PCF Bank, Masthaven Bank and Allied Irish Bank, joiners in the last quarter. They join Lloyds Banking Group, Metro Bank, Santander UK, TSB, Nationwide, LV=, Weatherbys Bank, Shawbrook Bank, Royal & Sun Alliance, BNP Paribas UK, Bank of England, NFU Mutual, Bank of Ireland, Tokio Marine Kiln, Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banking Group, Virgin Money, Arbuthnot Latham, Aldermore Bank, and Hinckley & Rugby Building Society.
The concept of FSQS was always a community model to see suppliers receiving a further reduction in the duplication requests across the finance sector for pre-qualification information and increased business opportunities of our suppliers through FSQS.
With interest growing, we hope FSQS will carry on with this growth and give suppliers even more value for money.
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