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About Baytree Cars

Baytree Cars, founded in 2006, is a car dealership specialising in the buying and selling of prestige and performance vehicles. it is based in Derby, England.

Headquarters Location

Burnden House 31 Chequers Lane

Derby, England, DE21 6AW,

United Kingdom

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Software developer strengthens position in financial services market with new acquisition

Jan 12, 2021

Software developer strengthens position in financial services market with new acquisition 12th January 2021 The Aryza Group, which has offices in Nottingham city centre, has acquired Anchor Computer Systems, in a move that will strengthen Aryza’s position within... 11th January 2021 Northamptonshire company Dr Martens has confirmed plans for an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange.The iconic British brand with over 60 years... 11th January 2021 In a major boost to the region’s high streets, a total of over £40 million will be invested into four areas from the Government’s... 8th January 2021 The corporate team at Gateley Legal has witnessed an uplift of activity around private equity led deals over the last 12 months.The team advised... 8th January 2021 Baytree Cars, the prestige and performance car dealership has doubled its turnover in 2020 – despite the COVID pandemic.Derby-based Baytree, which has been appointed as... 11th January 2021 Fears over the impact of the UK’s new trading relationship with the EU and the attractiveness of the UK for both investment and talent... 15th December 2020 KW Special Projects has become the first business to officially receive keys to one of the seven new detached industrial premises constructed by MEPC... 14th December 2020 East Midlands manufacturers are continuing the long road back towards growth from the historic lows experienced earlier in the year, according to a major... 11th December 2020 Rolls-Royce is set to cut over 5,500 jobs by the end of the year, ahead of its prior expectation of 5,000.The major reorganisation programme... 10th December 2020 Plant & Bean, a developer and manufacturer of plant-based food products, is set to open Europe’s largest plant-based meat production facility in the UK.... 8th January 2021 A sharp increase in hiring activity has been highlighted across the Midlands at the close of the fourth quarter of 2020.Both permanent placements and... 8th January 2021 Nottingham-based digital PR agency, Motive, has strengthened its team with three new appointments following its most successful year to date.Now experienced media professional Sarah... 7th January 2021 Alfreton-based timber window and door manufacturer Gowercroft Joinery has appointed a new Technical Manager to drive its programme of new product development and innovation.Gary... 6th January 2021 Jasmine Whitbread, has been named the new chair of Northampton-headquartered Travis Perkins, succeeding Stuart Chambers.Currently Chief Executive of London First, a role from which... 5th January 2021 Lorien Engineering Solutions has boosted its UK board with the appointments of Phil Colquhoun and Chris Bullock.The promotions follow the retirement of directors Steve... 7th August 2020 A Salesforce Admin is a skilled professional who works with stakeholders to help them tailor the Salesforce platform's apps in accordance with their business... 11th June 2020 The CBI has laid out a health-first recovery plan that it said would help secure a jobs-rich, fair and sustainable future for the UK... 30th March 2020 All UK businesses will be able to apply for assistance to support paying part of their employees’ salary for those employees that would have... 5th March 2020 The end of January brought with it the end of the UK’s member ship in the European Union. Last month, the government began setting... 17th February 2020 Fiona Duncan-Steer, founder of RSViP Business Networking Agency, talks goal setting and vision boards.It’s a brand-new year ladies and gentlemen, a brand-new year.Now we’ve... 8th January 2021 A new series of podcasts which offer insights into how the leaders of some of the UKs most successful and creative organisations achieve success... 7th January 2021 Invest in Nottingham will help the city’s businesses get back on track for expansion in 2021 with a series of seminars which help them... 7th January 2021 A Nottingham company is appealing for schools and care homes to take part in a pioneering pilot project after it became one the first... 6th January 2021 In light of the government's lockdown announcement on Monday (4 January), the Lincoln Property & Business Investment Expo will be postponed, its organisers have... 5th January 2021 With the new lockdown, a fresh wave of scams have cropped up offering financing.Reports from Sky News pinpoint texts offering a fake third lockdown... Search Credit: g-stockstudio The Aryza Group, which has offices in Nottingham city centre, has acquired Anchor Computer Systems, in a move that will strengthen Aryza’s position within the financial services and insolvency market. Developers of flexible software solutions, Aryza incorporates technology such as Open Banking and AI-informed decision making to automate the financial restructuring and recovery journey. Through its acquisition of Anchor, a business which has been developing loan and lease management systems for over 40 years, Aryza will further expand its portfolio of complimentary software products. The combined Aryza business will service and support a growing client base of over 300 lenders of all sizes, including both challenger banks and specialist lenders operating in regulated and non-regulated loan markets. Commenting on the acquisition, Colin Brown, Chief Executive Officer of The Aryza Group, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Anchor Computer Systems to the Aryza Group – a move that significantly accelerates our strategy of becoming the leading global provider of financial services software. “By establishing advanced lending capabilities across the full loan management lifecycle, from loan originations and underwriting, through to loan servicing, customer self-service and collections solutions we can now boast a product offering unlike any other business operating in these markets.” Commenting on the deal, Paul O’Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer of Anchor, said: “We are very excited to be joining the Aryza Group, with a proud history of over 40 years providing loan management solutions across the UK and Ireland, this acquisition allows us to offer both new and existing customers a wider range of feature rich solutions. “We will combine with the existing Aryza Lending division and continue to develop flexible functionality that the lending market needs. “Our intention is to rebrand the combined lending division as Aryza Lending Solutions over the coming weeks and look forward to speaking to lenders about the solutions we can offer.” A message from the Editor: Thank you for reading this story on our news site - please take a moment to read this important message: As you know, our aim is to bring you, the reader, an editorially led news site and magazine but journalism costs money and we rely on advertising, print and digital revenues to help to support them. 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