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Tom Paterson

Tom Paterson

Relationship Manager

Tom joined the BCR Associates team in 2014 and has built solid client relationships through his devotion to providing effective solutions for his clients.  He prides himself in having expert knowledge on all our offerings to ensure he can mitigate risk, maximize savings and efficiencies to enable growth.

Tom is experienced in working with SME and larger corporates across all the sectors we work with.  He has a comprehensive understanding of the pressures and challenges that business’ face and how he can help to overcome these issues by providing bespoke solutions. Tom has recently worked with St Leonards Practice where he secured the procurement of energy and telecoms.  He implemented fixed price energy contracts, delivered an improved phone system and new mobiles, each with annual savings and at no cost to the company. 

Tom is an avid sports fan, he likes to support his local football teams and enjoys watching all football and professional boxing. Tom likes to keep himself fit by regularly training at the gym. For the rest of his spare time, Tom enjoys spending time with his friends and family. 

For more information about Tom, please refer to his LinkedIn profile.

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My top tips for Property Management companies...

Date 26 Jul 2017 By Tom Paterson in Category Cost Rationalisation, Property,

To be successful in business, most businesses share the same purpose… keep income up and expenses down, Property Management companies are no different! 

Property Management companies look after property portfolios on behalf of their client base and provide a range of services. They are generally responsible for tenancy agreements, managing tenants, finances, maintenance and repairs, whilst addressing legal aspects to protect both tenants and landlords.  Property management companies rely on management fees for income, however,...

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