Computershare Announced as Sponsor for FinTech North
Dan Rajkumar / 2nd March 2017
We are proud to announce Computershare as a sponsor of this year’s showcase technology event – FinTech North.
Computershare, the global financial administration company, has been announced as a sponsor of FinTech North, the one day showcase conference that will take place on 26th April during Leeds Digital Festival.
Represented in over 21 countries with 90 offices worldwide, Computershare is a global financial administration company. In 2014 it established a firm presence in Yorkshire when it acquired mortgage outsourcing provider HML from Skipton Building Society and in 2016, it was appointed to undertake the mortgage servicing for UK Asset resolution (UKAR). Computershare now employs over 2,600 people in its UK Loan Services business and administers more than half of all outsourced mortgages in the country. Globally it is involved in numerous Fintech projects, most recently developing a new initiative using blockchain technology to establish securities ownership registers for the Australian market.
Andrew Jones, CEO of Computershare Loan Services, said:
“We’re delighted to be supporting the FinTech North conference in 2017. Computershare prides itself on technology innovation and we continue to invest in a range of initiatives to improve and personalise customer experience in an industry that has been historically slow to adopt change. We have a strong operational footprint in Yorkshire and the North East and are proud to be established in a region that is gaining global recognition as a digital centre of excellence.”
Julian Wells, Director of Whitecap Consulting, added:
“Computershare is an innovative company that has gone from strength to strength and is globally recognised in financial services and FinTech, We are proud to have them represented at FinTech North 2017 as one of our sponsors”.
FinTech North 2017 is organised by Leeds-based Whitecap Consulting and White Label Crowdfunding and will be hosted on the 26th April 2017 at aql in Leeds. The event will feature a range of well-known keynote speakers discussing topics including innovation, alternative finance, big data and analytics, artificial intelligence, APIs and blockchain.