Cambridge & Counties Bank Chooses nCino Cloud System

The partnership with nCino will allow the bank to achieve its “unique blend of modern technology whilst retaining our traditional relationship banking and underwriting strengths”.

Leicester-based specialist lender Cambridge & Counties Bank has selected nCino’s cloud banking and digital solutions for its back-office lending infrastructure. 

Cambridge & Counties Bank was founded in 2012 and provides solutions in property finance, asset finance, classic car finance and savings.

According to nCino, via its digital platform commercial brokers and the bank’s customers will get an increased level of automation and data analytics will expand the bank’s front-office service proposition.

In addition, new capabilities and services include being able to sign documentation on a mobile device; and it will give brokers the option to directly apply and upload documents through a web-based application.

David Holton, Chief Transformation Officer at Cambridge & Counties Bank, says the partnership with nCino will allow the bank to achieve its “unique blend of modern technology whilst retaining our traditional relationship banking and underwriting strengths”.

Cambridge & Counties Bank has a “unique structure” being jointly owned by Trinity Hall, a College of the University of Cambridge, and Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund. They each own 50% of the bank, which has a management team led by chief executive Donald Kerr.

North Carolina-based nCino works with regional banks and specialty lenders. The fintech firm currently has clients in the US, Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Customers in London include OakNorth, Recognise, ThinCats, Barclays Bank and Santander.

Additionally, nCino provides services for other UK companies such as Project B-North in Manchester, Yorkshire Building Society in Bradford and Secure Trust Bank in Solihull.

nCino works with more than 1,200 financial institutions globally.

In October, GBB, a North East-based challenger bank specialising in property development finance, went live on the nCino Bank Operating System ahead of its trading launch.

Antony Peyton
Antony Peyton
Antony Peyton is the Editor of eWeek UK. He has 18 years' journalism and writing experience. His career has taken him to China, Japan and the UK - covering tech, fintech and business. Follow on Twitter @TonyFintech.
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