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Hoople's financial services

Hoople’s Finance team provides local authority, healthcare, public sector, schools and academy clients with a wide range of financial services that have been shown to deliver savings whilst maintaining or improving performance.

Accounts payable

Hoople’s experienced Accounts Payable department works with local authority organisations and schools to ensure that their cash position, credit rating and relationships with suppliers remain robust and healthy. On behalf of these clients, we ensure that all purchase orders, goods received, invoices and contracts are processed and recorded accurately in order to ensure compliance and timely payment.

Debt collection services

Hoople’s debt collection services use proactive systems and procedures to achieve excellent results. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff enable efficient debt recovery and the accurate identification of those who are entitled to benefits.

In Herefordshire, we achieve 98.4% collection of council tax and 98.5% collection of business rates. 

Council tax and business rate collection 
Housing benefit overpayments
Rental property collection 

Court appointee and deputyship

Hoople has been designated as court appointee and deputy for clients who are unable to manage their own finances, typically those who have:

  • Dementia
  • Brain injury
  • Learning disability
  • Mental illness

Following a designation of mental incapacity by the Court of Protection, Hoople’s experienced and trustworthy team deal with the financial affairs of clients who are unable to manage them for themselves and have no family or friends who can assist them. Working on behalf of claimants receiving income from the Department for Work and Pensions and with clients who have savings and assets over a certain threshold, we will pay all bills and manage finances on their behalf. 

Information booklet.

Schools' financial services 


Please get in touch to find out more about how Hoople can help you to increase efficiency whilst cutting costs.