1. What led you into this career? 

    Abbey is a positive and hard-working individual who is studying Scots Law with Risk Management at university. With 3 years of experience in sales she thrives when working closely with customers and strives to build business relationships over time
  2. What does a typical day in your role look like at TSF Finance? 

    Currently, I am taking everything in and trying to learn as much as possible. Each day is different, and I am always looking forward to what’s next. There is so much to learn but with the support of the amazing team at TSF I am confident that I will continue to develop and find my feet within this sector. 
  3. What attracted you to working for TSF Finance? 

    The company values and corporate culture that has been fostered within TSF has created such a welcoming environment for me to enter the financial sector. I am so grateful and excited for the opportunity to work with such a skilled and passionate team. 
  4. How do you think you’ve made a difference/will make a difference at TSF Finance? 

    I have a growth mindset and I am always striving to improve; this will positively impact TSF as I am new to the financial sector and can bring a fresh outlook to the team.  
  5. What’s one thing that’s surprised you working at TSF? 

    The amazing corporate culture that has been created here at TSF, the team all support each other and truly want everyone to succeed. The team have been so welcoming, and I look forward to coming into the office every day. 
  6. What’s a work-related accomplishment you’re really proud of?

    Prior to working at TSF, I worked in sales for 3 years; for the past year I have worked as step-up manager. This promotion is something I am proud of as when I first started in sales, I was young and shy and over time I have become confident and found a passion for working closely with customers to help them achieve their goals.  
  7. Non-work related accomplishment? 

    Over the past couple of years, I have balanced my studies with my sales job, and I have managed to maintain my passion for dancing. Being a dancer takes a lot of self-discipline and commitment, it is also an escape for me, I find it’s a great way to cope when I am under pressure. I currently dance for my university cheer team and my local dance school. 
  8. What upcoming trends/news/updates in your industry do you think will likely impact the industry in the next five years? 

    As I am new to the financial industry, I still have so much to learn about the market and competitors however, I can already see that TSF has an extensive knowledge of both the products and the lenders and work hard to ensure their knowledge stays up to date so that they can advise the customer accurately.  
  9. In the current climate, what advice can you give to business owners with regard to their funding challenges? 

    The increased use and advancements of Artificial Intelligence is something that will undoubtedly affect the financial industry in the next five years. AI technology can provide plenty of opportunities for the financial sector however, it also poses many risks, and it is essential that cyber security is at the forefront of our minds.  
  10. In the current climate, what advice can you give to business owners with regards to their funding challenges?

    My advice would be to be organised and keep on top of your financial records. As soon as you feel a strain on your finances seek advice from the right people to ensure your business can thrive even when the unexpected happens.