Car Loan 4U celebrate double success at the Motor Finance Europe Awards

Car Loan 4U has become a double champion at the Motor Finance Europe Awards in Munich.

The car buying experts scooped the “Intermediary of the Year” award with Car Loan 4U’s Head of Sales, Stephanie Wood, also coming home with the “Rising Star” award.

The inaugural Motor Finance Europe Awards 2015 took place at the Kempinski Hotel in Germany’s third city and set out to recognise the achievements of the European motor finance industry in 2014.

To win Car Loan 4U fought off tough competition from Mann Island Finance Limited and Oracle Finance.

Jonathan Minter, Editor for Motor Finance, said of the double-award win: “The sheer levels of success that Car Loan 4U has experienced over the past 12 months was impossible to ignore. One judge also made particular reference to their impressive strategy of hiring for attitude, training for skill.

“In addition, the judges were equally impressed with how quickly Stephanie has risen up the ranks at Car Loan 4U and the breadth of responsibilities she has taken on, in an industry sometimes famous for how hard it can be to break into.”

The judges also praised Car Loan 4U’s outstanding results which, as a result of an streamlining processes to benefit customer experience, has improved conversion by 32% in the last year.

James Wilkinson, Chief Executive of Car Loan 4U, commented on the win: “Winning two awards at the first ever Motor Finance Awards demonstrates the impact we are making to the car buying market. Delivering an inspiring and intuitive experience to our customers is everything, and we are committed to changing the way the UK buys cars.

“I’m so pleased for Steph. She is an amazing talent who has risen quickly through the ranks. We are passionate about hiring and retaining the very best people and empowering them to make a huge impact and Steph’s success is testament to this philosophy.”

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