Property financing company Arbuthnot Specialist Finance taps nCino for its banking solutions

Banking infrastructure developer nCino has added another huge name to its list of clients: Arbuthnot Specialist Finance, the short-term property finance arm of Arbuthnot Latham.

The deal will see Arbuthnot Specialist Finance use the nCino Bank Operating System to help enable a dynamic and flexible approach to real estate funding that is driven by relationships and modern technology.

By tapping into nCino’s platform, Arbuthnot Specialist will be able to allow for the submission of loan applications, loan progress to be monitored and documentation to be shared digitally, slashing the time from loan submission to credit approval by streamlining processes.

“The nCino platform has provided us the digital capabilities needed to effectively serve the needs of our borrowers despite the challenges caused by the ongoing pandemic,” said Shoaib Bux, joint managing director at Arbuthnot Specialist Finance. “We are continuing to support our clients across the country through streamlined operations as a result of nCino – from referral through decisioning and disbursement – which has created faster decision times, more transparency and greater efficiencies.

“Being able to collaborate, even remotely, from origination to in-life management on a single platform has uncovered many benefits and we’re excited to continue to grow our use of nCino to create an unparalleled broker and client experience.”

Ed Lane, VP Sales at nCino EMEA, added, “The Arbuthnot Latham name is well-respected, so to be involved with ASFL as a foundational technology platform is a privilege. We are proud to be working alongside ASFL through their next phase of growth by enabling the business to scale efficiently while providing the digital environment clients expect, not just today but into the future as well.”

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