New partner services
Your clients look for their professional advisers to be almost a ‘one stop shop’, advising on many aspects of a business start-up or growth beyond that of accountancy and taxation advice. Many clients think it is easier to take a patch work approach to their business start-up, go to Companies House directly not knowing of any additional compliance to the Companies Act that must be undertaken, then once that is done start to find a bank, look for insurance, and possibly some additional finance sources. All this is time consuming for the client.
Not only can BTC help you ensure the right registration and initial compliance is done for you client with their company formation, we have an ever increasing partner programme in place. We can offer quick introductions for your client to get their business up and running smoothly and quickly.
As from January 2015 we have increased our banking partners, all offering cash back for successful account openings, the partners are:
Lloyds Banking Group
Royal Bank of Scotland, and
Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds will aim to have the account opening decision made by telephone contact within 48 hours of incorporation.
We feel this is a significant number of the major players in the UK market entering into the partnership programme, and also in the majority of start-up situations you face with your clients, a chance for a quick and easy bank account set up with the opportunity of a cash back to cover the initial cost of the incorporation fees.
Other Finance Partners
We currently have World Pay who offer card payment facilities from online terminals to hand held machines.
2015 Partner Expansion
Shortly into 2015 we will be introducing invoice discounting and factoring partners as well as some national insurance brokers offering introductions to a range of services such as employers Liability Insurance. All partners will be offering a tempting cash back for the introductions.
We expect the partner programme to increase further over the course of the year as other prospective partners come on board.