Claims Consortium inspires Europe

19th September 2016

Claims Consortium Group has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Europe. The company is one of only 150 UK firms to make the prestigious list.

The report is a celebration of the EU’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized businesses. To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers.

Alec Tarrant, Claims Consortium Group Commercial Director, said: “We’re delighted to have made this list of inspiring businesses. We have put in a lot of hard work over 20 years, and we have grown year on year. We now employ more than 270 people and I believe it is our focus on customer service that is key to our success. It is gratifying to be among such an important peer group of growing businesses in Europe.”

Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive of London Stock Exchange Group said: “This research shows high-growth SMEs are the driving force behind the European economy. While the public sector and big blue chip companies have not been creating jobs for many years now, these companies are growing and employing at an incredible rate. And because by definition these companies are innovators, these jobs tend to be higher skilled and higher paid, helping to give young Europeans the brighter economic future they deserve.

Commissioner Lord Hill said: “The companies you will find in the ‘1,000 Companies to Inspire Europe’ report are all remarkable examples of European hard work and entrepreneurship. They come from all 28 EU Countries and from a wide range of business sectors.

“This report gives these companies the recognition they deserve. But more than that, I hope that by providing investors with a selection of companies with great potential ‘1,000 companies to Inspire Europe’ will make it easier for them to find opportunities and channel investment to SMEs that want to grow and compete in bigger markets, helping to make Capital Markets Union a reality.”