Fulham FC names Qualco as recoveries partner
Qualco has been appointed as Fulham Football Club’s designated recoveries partner to foster a mutually beneficial business relationship and to enhance its collections activity. The championship club will use Qualco’s Collections platform to manage its assets and recoveries processes across its servicing panel. The platform recommends the best placement for each asset type, reliably monitors efficiencies and ensures compliance.
Fulham Football Club is delighted to welcome Qualco as an Official Club Partner for the 2015/16 football season. The agreement means Qualco is also one of the first companies in the financial services space to partner with the Club as it becomes Fulham FC’s designated credit management partner for the forthcoming campaign in the Sky Bet Championship. The partnership will see both parties working together to plan and execute varying good practises over the 10-month period of the agreement.
Qualco provides panel and asset management software analytics that enables both creditors and servicing agents to streamline collections activities and realise the value of their portfolios, and its appointment by Fulham FC achieves its desire to expand into new industry sectors, engage with a wider audience and enhance brand recognition.
Christian Jacob, Managing Director at Qualco, said:
‘This is an important milestone for the business and runs in tandem with our strategic goals over the next 12 months. It’s important that Qualco is able to align itself with a market-leading brand with a strong identity, of which this deal does exactly that. Furthermore, Fulham FC offer a highly sought-after fan base of which we’re looking forward to engaging with over the coming season.”
Sean O’Loughlin, Finance Director at Fulham FC said:
“We are delighted to welcome Qualco on board as our Official Credit Management Partner for the 2015/16 season. We look forward to working together to help the brand grow its awareness amongst our fans whilst also reaching a wider audience through its association with Fulham.”