YFC joins Northern Powerhouse Programme

Ryan Fowler

January 27, 2020

Mortgage and protection consultancy firm, Yorkshire Financial Consultancy Limited (YFC), has become the latest partner of the Northern Powerhouse Partner Programme.

YFC is a member of the PRIMIS Mortgage Network. The Northern Powerhouse Partnership Programme is a campaign specific to the North of England designed to boost the local economy through investment in skills, innovation, transport and culture.

Jonathan Needham, operations director at YFC, said: “We are incredibly proud of our northern roots so to have become a part of the Northern Powerhouse is a real honour.

“This would not have been possible, however, without being part of a progressive network like PRIMIS -the team offered us tremendous support throughout our application to become a member of the Northern Powerhouse.

“We have always been committed to supporting the development of the North and we strongly believe that our plans for future business growth run parallel with those of the partner programme.”

Toni Smith, chief operating officer at PRIMIS, added: “At PRIMIS, we are committed to supporting all our businesses nationally and locally and helping them thrive.

“The long-held view that a broker supports their local community is still very much true today. This is why it is so important to equip them with the right tools and guidance to enable them to best serve their clients.

“We will continue to enhance our offering so that more advisers across the UK are able to strengthen their business and gain the recognition they deserve.”

Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, the Rt Hon Jake Berry MP, said: “Yorkshire Financial Consultancy Limited are a welcome addition to our expanding network of over 300 Northern Power partner organisations, who are all committed and working together with the Government to support communities reaching their full potential.

“By providing good jobs to people across Yorkshire they are making an important contribution to the local economy as we build on our Local Growth Fund investment of more than £1bn across the county.”


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