Sunday Times recognises Kuflink as one of the ‘Best Places to Work 2024’


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Specialist short term lender Kuflink has been named as one of the ‘Best Places to Work 2024’ by The Sunday Times. Kuflink is one of a select number of small UK based companies to make the paper’s shortlist.

Kuflink was recognised for its investment in both its employees and the local community with The Sunday Times praising the company’s commitment to encouraging staff in their individual career development and also paid tribute to the creation of a charitable organisation that helps young people and others in the area.

Narinder Khattoare, CEO of Kuflink, said:

“People and culture create the essence of any business which is why we focus on the happiness of our team.

Having a sense of empowerment and wellbeing allows our people to thrive, be recognised and rewarded.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Kuflink team for their passion, resilience and positive attitude in driving our success, together!”

Laura Hetherington, Chief of Staff & Operations commented:

“Our success is a result of the effort our team puts in every day.

We’re immensely proud of their dedication and commitment. Being recognised as the Best Place to Work reinforces our belief that investing in our people pays off.

We actively encourage our teams to share their ideas and suggestions.

Every contribution is taken seriously, creating an environment where creativity and fresh perspectives thrive.

We want to attract talented individuals who join our team, grow with us, and advance their careers within Kuflink.”