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The Conveyancing Association (CA) – the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry – has today (29th March 2022) announced the appointment of Coadjute as a new Affiliate member.
Coadjute is a blockchain network for the UK property market that enables the existing software used by conveyancers, estate agents, mortgage brokers and lenders to become interoperable, allowing the parties involved in a property transaction to synchronise and share progress updates, property information, digital identities, and payments.
The network aims to create a seamless journey with improved security for all parties, transforming the experience for buyers and sellers, cutting the time it takes to move house.
By streamlining processes, Coadjute reduces the administrative challenges facing conveyancers in an efficient and secure network which minimises the significant amount of data and documents they deal with on a daily basis. The network frees conveyancers to focus more time on attracting new business and improved transparency helps to build trust with clients.
Coadjute will be taking part in future CA events taking place throughout 2022 and appearing at the 2022 Annual Conference & Dinner later this year
Cécile Papin, Coadjute Partner Lead – Conveyancing, said: “We are extremely proud that Coadjute has been welcomed as an affiliate member of The Conveyancing Association. It’s an exciting prospect to be working closely with the conveyancing industry’s leading trade body, whose members share our commitment to bringing trust to every transaction and making buying and selling property a truly collaborative experience.
“We’re in the midst of rolling out the Coadjute network to estate agents, conveyancers and brokers throughout the UK, enabling them to work together from within their existing systems and we know that affiliate membership of The Conveyancing Association will further accelerate this process, producing tangible benefits across the profession.”
Nicky Heathcote, Non-Executive Chair of The Conveyancing Association, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Coadjute as our newest Affiliate member and we are looking forward to introducing them to our other member firms and seeing them present and take a full part in our events calendar throughout the year.
“All our Affiliate members play a very important role in the Association and offer a great deal of insight and resource particularly in terms of helping us drive our workstreams and objectives. By joining the CA, Coadjute can also increase its profile, while placing itself at the heart of the conveyancing world, meeting and networking with the leading figures in our industry. I have no doubt that Coadjute will add a great deal to the Association in the months and years ahead.”
For more information on Coadjute, please visit: www.coadjute.com