Newcastle Strategic Solutions - Savings Management | Systems
Part of Newcastle Building Society Group

Client Account

The service

As a ready-packaged, white-labelled internet system, it provides an opportunity for financial institutions to either enter the client deposit market or enhance their existing offering, in a cost effective way. Professional firms use our Client Account as a solution for managing client funds and transactions themselves through our self-service online system.

Find out more about this service, or talk to us today to find out more about Client Account from Newcastle Strategic Solutions.

Reliable systems

The Client Account is an online system developed and maintained by Newcastle Strategic Solutions. The system is robust and reliable for the end user who also benefits from it being safe and secure due to its multi-layer protection. All transactions, in and out, are only operated from nominated accounts which add further protection to the functionality of the offering.

A proven track record of delivering success

Newcastle Strategic Solutions manages savings provides a Client Account system to a number of financial institutions with varying individual requirements. See what they say about us in our Client Account testimonial.

To view the Client Account demo please get in touch and we'll simply send you the link.

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