Success for International Banking Consultancy Firm Bank Brokers

1st November 2017

Rotork plc is a British-based company manufacturing industrial flow control equipment.

It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. Bank Brokers is an international banking consultancy firm specialising in benchmarking and renegotiating favourable banking terms for companies across Europe. The following is feedback from Rachael Fisher, Group Treasurer, Rotork plc following a recent collaboration with Bank Brokers: "Our partnership with Bank Brokers started in April 2016. "Over the past 18 months, they have worked closely with us to achieve several of our strategic treasury objectives in the areas of European and UK Domestic Cash Management, Payments and Debt. They took time to understand our goals and objectives and adapted to changing internal priorities as required. Their market awareness and leverage (as evidenced by the comprehensive nature of their report findings) has greatly supported our success in agreeing pricing concessions in key transactional cost lines and in reducing the Group's overall interest cost through alternative product substitution. "We are very happy with the support we have received and intend to maintain a close working relationship." For more information on Bank Brokers visit

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