NCC Group set to continue strong global growth with support from RBS

NCC Group set to continue strong global growth with support from RBS

Manchester-based NCC Group plc (NCC Group), the global escrow and assurance specialist, is set for continued success after refinancing and increasing its medium term banking facilities with Royal Bank of Scotland Corporate & Institutional Banking (RBS CIB).

Established in 1999, NCC Group has grown into a highly successful, globally renowned information and data protection specialist providing comprehensive end-to-end information assurance to over 15,000 organisations worldwide.

NCC Group, which has the largest multi-national accredited security team in the industry with over 270 testers, has developed a strong overseas presence in key growth markets. Despite NCC Group’s international expansion of assurance, escrow remains the cornerstone of the group’s profitability and cash generation.

NCC Group is a leading global information assurance firm, providing peace of mind that all critical material is available, protected and operating as it should be at all times. Information assurance is delivered through escrow and verification, security testing, audit and compliance, website performance and software testing services.

As the cyber arms race and technology revolution continue to outpace the ability of organisations to cope with the plethora of security, performance and availability issues, NCC Group is best placed to help organisations manage the risk and limit the threat.

With knowledge, experience, capability and a global footprint, NCC Group is committed to ensuring that organisations have access to a total information assurance solution that works for them.

NCC Group has two complementary divisions, escrow and assurance, which provide comprehensive end-to-end information assurance for over 15,000 organisations worldwide.

As an existing customer of RBS CIB, with ambitious growth plans for the year ahead, NCC Group’s decision to increase its revolving credit facility will allow the group to move quickly to close potential acquisitions should suitable opportunities arise.

Atul Patel, finance director, NCC Group, stated: “We have an excellent relationship with the team at Royal Bank of Scotland, and the extra finance agreed underlines their strong support and understanding of our continued potential for growth.”

Steve Lewis, relationship director, Royal Bank of Scotland Corporate & Institutional Banking, said: “NCC Group is an excellent, strong, globally significant company that represents the very best of the business base in the North West, and one we are delighted to be working with.  We’ve been their bank of choice for the last three years, and we are delighted to arrange the recent deal on a sole mandate basis.  With a compelling business model, a strong management team, ambitious growth plans and an established platform for success, NCC Group is a company that Manchester can justifiably be proud of.”


Latest news

Women and millennials help drive £17bn+ franchise sector to record levels

New research from NatWest and the British Franchise Association (bfa) highlights changes and profitability in the sector.

Winners announced for Skills & Opportunities Fund

52 winning organisations have been announced for round two of the 2018 Skills & Opportunities Fund.

RBS Multicultural Network meets Eric Holder, 82nd US Attorney General

Simon McNamara, RBS Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Sponsor of the RBS Multicultural Network, recently hosted an event in discussion with Eric Holder, the first black US Attorney General. They discussed career, ethnicity, diversity and even a little bit of politics. At the event, Eric Holder shared his wisdom and experience with attendees from the RBS Executive committee and RBS Multicultural Network. Simon McNamara blogs about his experience meeting Eric, a BAME role model, and why diversity is so important to RBS.

Set Tab for lightbox