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27 / 10 / 2016

Henry Howard Finance win charity football tournament

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Henry Howard Finance have recently claimed victory in a five-a-side football tournament which raised more than £8,000 for charity.

The Newport-based lender beat 15 other finance company teams to claim the Adam Massen Memorial Cup at St George’s Park, the Football Association’s National Football Centre, in Staffordshire earlier this autumn.

The tournament, hosted by major funder Aldermore, raised the money for Headway, a charity which helps people with brain injuries live as independently as possible.

Lee Relish, asset finance sale coordinator at HHF, said: “We enjoyed a great day at St George’s Park and winning the final match 4-0 was clearly the icing on the cake for us.”

Mark Crook, founder and chief operating officer at HHF, added: “The HHF team performed really well today, their positive attitude contributes to our success both on and off the pitch. We will continue to support this worthwhile charity year on year.”

This year’s tournament exceeded the £6,000 raised for Headway by last year’s event.

A video this year’s tournament can be seen here.

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About Henry Howard Finance

Henry Howard Finance was set up in 1996 and is the largest independent finance house in Wales. Our flexible and responsive finance solutions have assisted more than 20,000 different UK-based businesses and the Group portfolio stands in excess of £100 million. Henry Howard Finance Group has four business divisions that support growth across the SME market. The Group provides a range of businesses with access to finance, equipment and services.

  • HH Cashflow Finance provides efficient working capital solutions
  • HH Asset Finance provides prompt funding for equipment or business services
  • HH Vendor Finance provides dedicated sales support and flexible funding facilities for equipment vendors
  • HH Retail Finance supports retail and vendor suppliers in the shop-fitting and retail equipment market
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