The 18th annual Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over three years. The full results will be published this Sunday 2nd April 2017.
Evolution Funding can reveal that they have been placed 22nd in the Fast Track league table. The company has demonstrated an impressive 94% annual profit growth over three years, financing more than 31,000 vehicle loans in 2016 and increasing its rental fleet to 1800.
Jeremy Levine, Chief Executive Officer at Evolution said:
“We have enjoyed tremendous success over the last three years by reinvesting profits in a drive for growth across the group. This has been combined with additional investment in technology that has delivered operating efficiency and an improved customer journey. The net result has seen us offer great value to customers and dealers whilst delivering underlying profitability. We will continue to reinvest in growing our business partnerships.”
Lee Streets, Chief Operating Officer at Evolution, added:
“We are delighted to have been listed in this highly-regarded league table. It has always been something of a personal ambition for Evolution Funding to be recognised by the Sunday Times Profit Track 100 and the accolade is testament to the innovation and commitment of our people.”
The league table and awards programme is sponsored by BDO and UBS Wealth Management, and is compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events firm.
Richard Rose, partner and head of the Midlands at BDO, the title sponsor of the league table, commented:
“High-growth, mid-sized businesses played a leading role in the UK economic recovery after the global financial crisis. With Brexit and more uncertainty looming, it is companies like these with their natural energy, ambition and entrepreneurial spirit that will help the UK economy thrive. By supporting their growth, government would also be helping to achieve a more regionally balanced economy that ‘works for all’.”
Evolution was one of four companies headquartered in the East Midlands who made the prestigious league table. Between them all they have made a strong contribution to the local economy, employing a total of 1,200 staff and achieving combined profits of £19m.