Oscar-winning company Double Negative expands with our help


Oscar-winning company Double Negative expands with our help

Watch our latest video to find out how Relationship Manager David Munoz helped Multi-award-winning visual effects firm Double Negative to expand into new offices and streamline their processes


“My experience dealing with other companies in the post-production sector enabled me to get a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities that a company like Double Negative could face,” says David.

As well as London, Double Negative now have an office in Singapore and facilities in Vancouver, Canada.

 

Alex Hope, MD & Co-Founder of Double Negative admits that before approaching the bank, he didn’t even know what a relationship manager did, but David knew all about Double Negative’s sector. 

 

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