Nine North West firms that tell the story of a year of Covid lockdowns

BusinessLive looks at seven of the companies who defined the story of how North West businesses battled the virus, one year on from Mr Johnson’s lockdown order:

DF Capital

Making staff redundant, putting a pin in any European expansion and being forced to only spend a culminative two weeks in the office since taking over as chief executive were not exactly on the to do list of DF Capital’s CEO when he took on the job a year ago this week.

However Carl D’Ammassa dealt with those problems and more over the last 12 months as he steered the AIM-listed business through the height Covid-19 pandemic to where it is now, on the verge of major expansion plans.

Distribution Finance Capital Holdings plc (LON:DFCH) is UK specialist commercial lending and personal savings bank. From straightforward savings to practical finance solutions, our aim is to help customers manage and grow their business or savings. Founded as a specialist commercial lender in 2016, DF Capital was authorised as a bank in September 2020.

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