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The NSW Taxi Council and Finlease announce new relationship to launch “Taxi Finance”

The NSW Taxi Council is pleased to announce they have entered into a new relationship with Finlease to launch “Taxi Finance” to support NSW Taxi Networks, Operators and Drivers.

This new initiative utilises the NSW Taxi Council’s role as the recognised peak organisation for the NSW Taxi industry and a major contributor to the NSW public transport system and the reputation of Finlease for providing a comprehensive range of financial solutions and specific tailored finance for business owners, for more than 30 years throughout NSW.

The “Taxi Finance” opportunity will provide access to an extensive range of financing options, which will deliver significant benefits to the NSW Taxi Industry, that has more than 200 authorised Taxi Networks, over 5,000 Taxi Operators and more than 30,000 authorised Drivers.

“Joining with Finlease will deliver an important range of quality financial products and services for our NSW Taxi Networks, Operators and Drivers. This will enable our members to have choice and achieve the best possible finance solutions for their major costs associated with operating their Taxis and to assist achieve improved overall business profitability”, said Greg Kay, the NSW Taxi Council Head of Partnerships.

"We are delighted to be providing support to NSW Taxi Networks, Operators and Drivers throughout all towns in NSW, to ensure that they achieve the best possible financing to manage their vehicle fleets. We are an Australian national business with offices in all states (including 8 across metropolitan and regional NSW) and are highly experienced in understanding and providing finance for Taxis” said Mark O’Donoghue, CEO from Finlease.

Finlease will become a key part of the NSW Taxi Industry ecosystem and the collaboration represents a positive opportunity for everyone who operates Taxi to have the best possible independent choices for the financing of their Taxi business for now and into the future.

About Finlease

Finlease is a specialist business finance broking firm, with its Head Office in North Sydney NSW, which commenced in the 1980’s and has now grown to a team of 70 located in all states of Australia.

What we do

We arrange finance for business owners throughout Australia. This includes a single motor vehicle or piece of equipment through to major machinery and property, debt restructuring, working capital and debtor discounting facilities.

We look after all of our clients (many who have been long standing for more than 20 years) by making the finance easy and getting the funding they need on time.

We source finance from a range of 20 capable and competitive institutions to ensure that our clients get the best possible financing that suits their needs.

You can trust Finlease will always be working in your best interest.

About the NSW Taxi Council

The NSW Taxi Council is the peak body for the NSW Taxi Industry. It represents Taxi Networks, Owners and Operators, and it also advocates for better outcomes for NSW Taxi drivers. Therefore, the industry is the livelihood of over 40,000 people and their families.

The NSW Taxi Council represents members across Metropolitan Sydney, as well as Country and Regional NSW.

The NSW Taxi Industry is a major contributor to the state’s public transport system. It delivers over 130 million passenger journeys each year and it meets customer travel needs right across NSW. It functions as a door through door transport service that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

The NSW Taxi Industry also provides services at times when other forms of public transport either significantly reduce service levels or cease operations altogether. Taxis are often the only form of public transport for some members of the community, and they provide essential transport services to some of the most disadvantaged people in the state. The NSW Taxi Industry was the first private transport provider to offer transport services for passengers travelling in a wheelchair. In fact, our history goes as far back as 1980 when the first wheelchair accessible taxi was established.

Stay tuned for more information coming soon with specific details about how you can “MAKE A FINANCE ENQUIRY”.

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