Midlands Asset Finance, the Derbyshire-based independent financial services broker, will contribute to the 2017 Parliamentary Review publication alongside other financial services businesses.

The Parliamentary Review was established in 2010, and is released each September, with sector-specific editions, looking back on the year from a policy standpoint.

Director Sue Chapman will submit a report speaking about Midland’s developments over the past year, and on the importance of access to finance for small businesses.

Chapman said: “We were thrilled to hear that Midlands Asset Finance joined a privileged few in this year’s Parliamentary Review.

“2016 was a great year for us. We increased our headcount and expanded into additional premises following the launch of our new online business, Asset Finance Compared.”

Other financial services businesses such as British Arab Commercial Bank (BACB), Team Asset Management, Seven Investment Management, and St James Place Capital will contribute, subject to change.