The fleet industry’s flagship publication, “Fleet News”, recently published its FN50 league table of business vehicle funding companies.
Over the last few years, Maxxia has gone from being outside of the table, to gaining a foothold, and then rising up through the ranks.
In November, Maxxia leapt from position 38 (2018) to 30 (2019).
The increasing number of vehicles that Maxxia takes residual value risk on has increased as new clients have been attracted and new funding services launched. With more than 5,000 vehicles now on its books, Maxxia’s interest in, and commitment to, the fleet funding market is clear.
And the progress signals greater growth for Maxxia than the table can display. The fact is that Maxxia and the Maxxia Group of companies have been growing at a significant pace in a number of areas.
The FN50 achievements are not all that Maxxia has to be pleased about. It has just been recognised by the Shard Media and the Credit Strategy publication as the Best Asset Finance Provider. In addition, Maxxia Group is shortlisted in the “Best Asset Finance Intermediary” category at the Leasing Life awards, due to be presented at the end of November.
Said Roger Skinner, Maxxia’s CEO, “The FN50 presence is important to the company as it signposts business customers towards Maxxia and helps us to negotiate more proactively with vehicle manufacturers and dealer groups … so that our business customers can be offered even better terms. It’s a virtuous circle.
“The Maxxia Group continues its journey towards an enviable market position where we offer a breadth and depth of products and services that few companies can match, to the broadest range of customers.”
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