Insignis Cash Solutions bolsters Advisory Board with new appointment

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Insignis Cash Solutions is pleased to announce that James Scott, group commercial director of Curtis Banks, a leading provider of self-invested personal pension schemes (SIPP) and small self-administered pension schemes (SSAS), is joining its advisory board. Having previously worked as cash management director at Jonathanfry Plc, James brings a wealth of banking and pensions knowledge to the board, coupled with a strong track record in strategic and commercial development. Insignis Cash Solutions offers active management of cash deposits to improve returns. Its success is predicated on expanding its relationships with the UK banking industry, wealth managers, solicitors and other key industry sectors to enhance the uptake of cash management services in the UK. James joins the board alongside Stephen Grainger, currently group treasurer of Aldermore Bank Plc, Guy Davies, a stalwart in the charity sector, Stu Taylor, former CEO of Algomi and fintech entrepreneur, Usman Khan, CTO of Algomi and Mike Jensen, director of investment, Lancashire County Council. Paul Richards, chairman of Insignis Cash Solutions comments: “We are thrilled to have James join our team of distinguished and experienced advisers. The background and experience he brings to the Board will be invaluable as we move our product offering forward and ensure our platform is at the cutting edge of financial technology.”

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