Ruksana appointed by Barclays in Oldham
Date published: 14 February 2018
Ruksana Younis is the new Business Relationship Manager at Barclays in Oldham
Barclays has appointed Ruksana Younis as Business Relationship Manager in Oldham, based at the High Street branch in the town centre.
Younis joins a team of Relationship Managers who specialise in working with small and medium sized companies who typically turnover up to £1 million pounds.
Ruksana joined Barclays six years ago and is fulfilling her ambition to work in the Business Bank. The team offer a wide range of services to business customers and go the extra mile to ensure they have the support they need.
“Having lived and breathed the family business from birth and having run the business myself, I can provide a greater insight into the world of business - the good, the bad and the ugly!” Ruksana explained.
“Coming from a business background, I can empathize with business customers and use my own experiences to provide the support and guidance they need”, she continued. “I am passionate about seeing my clients do well and provide on-going help and guidance to so they can achieve success.”
Neil Clayton, Area Business Manager said, “We are very lucky to bring in someone with Ruksana’s talent and real business acumen to the Oldham team. Many businesses still don't know if they should be expanding, contracting or sitting tight and often need a sounding board to discuss their options. But one thing for certain is that SMEs are crucial to the regional economy, and at Barclays we are open for business and working hard to support our customer's aspirations and business growth."
Outside of work, Ruksana enjoys travelling, meeting new people and learning about different cultures. She also likes to express her creative side through writing, interior design and make up.
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