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HML Joins the CBI

Published 30 November 2009 | By HML

HML, the financial outsourcing provider, has announced it has become a member of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

Membership with the CBI means that HML will have the opportunity to give its voice and opinions to industry issues through interacting with the CBI's policy specialists who have the power to influence government legislation. Neil Warman, HML's Chief Commercial & Finance Officer, will represent HML at the CBI's Council for Yorkshire and the Humber.

Jeff Quilter, Director of Strategy at HML commented: "Joining the CBI is a logical step in the strategic journey HML is taking and will help to extend our influence and network of contacts. It will also provide a tremendous source of intelligence and research and an opportunity to input into, lobby and help shape the future of the Financial Services sector."

Andrew Palmer, Regional Director of the CBI stated: "We are absolutely delighted to welcome HML into the membership of the CBI. They are exactly the type of forward thinking and innovative organisation that we need to contribute to the political and economic agenda we face in the UK."