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Suppliers


Doing Business with Wesleyan
Wesleyan wants to ensure that it is easy for suppliers to do business with us, to support our drive to deliver best value for our customers. It is important to us that we treat our suppliers fairly (e.g. paying on time and giving new suppliers the opportunity to compete for contracts).

We also expect our suppliers to be fair to us (e.g. following the agreed communication channels / processes, offering good value for money and delivering to agreed standards).

Invoicing Requirements
We have a 'no purchase order, no pay' policy. Therefore, please be aware that if you start any work for Wesleyan without a valid purchase order, you will be working at your own risk. If anyone from Wesleyan requests that you start work without a purchase order, please decline and ensure that a purchase order is raised.

All invoices should be submitted via email to purchaseledger@wesleyan.co.uk. Any follow up queries regarding invoicing should also be addressed here. Please note that invoices should not be addressed to named individuals.

Payment Terms
Our standard payment terms are 30 days following receipt of a valid invoice. Please note that our standard payment terms for invoices not received via the above route are 60 days. Ensuring that invoices match purchase order values will prevent any delay to payment.

Contact the Procurement Team
We have a small Procurement team that manages our key contracts and tenders. Where you don't have direct contact details of a member of the team, we can be contacted via procurement@wesleyan.co.uk.

Please note that this email address should not be used for invoicing / payment queries - as per above. We are always keen to hear about your ideas for service improvement / cost reduction, but we are not able to respond to every speculative new business contact.

'WESLEYAN’ is a trading name of the Wesleyan Group of companies.

Wesleyan Assurance Society and Wesleyan Bank Ltd are authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd, Wesleyan Unit Trust Managers Ltd, Syscap Ltd, Practice Plan Ltd and DPAS Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.  Advice about investments, insurance and mortgages is provided by Wesleyan Financial Services Ltd.

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