Global cash management solutions expert, Talaris, has been ranked amongst the top companies in The Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 250 league table. The highly respected league table ranks Britainâs 250 biggest mid-market private companies by their latest available audited accounts.
Talaris, a former De La Rue company, was formed in 2008 following a management led buyout backed by Carlyle, one of the worldâs largest private equity firms. With turnover in excess of Â£320m, Talarisâ has quickly built an established footprint in over 100 countries. It maintains a leading position in North America and Europe and continues to move from strength to strength, having recently experienced strong growth in Latin America, Asia and the Middle East.
Tim Robinson, CEO of Talaris, said, âWe are extremely proud to have been ranked in the top companies for the third year in a row. Our strong results, in a period still marked by recovery in the financial sector, reflect Talarisâ market leadership and commitment to innovation. We feel privileged to have received this recognition, and will continue to focus on delivering innovative solutions and service excellence to our customers worldwideâ.
Talaris provides comprehensive global cash management solutions across the banking, retail and gaming sectors, working to optimise the handling of cash for its customers. The combined factors of the continued growth in cash volumes, Talarisâ ability to significantly contribute to customersâ operational efficiency and the strength of Talarisâ global footprint, ideally positions the business for profitable growth in the year ahead.