ShareIn, the investment platform software provider, has gained Shojin Property Partners as a new client.
Peer-to-peer property lender Shojin’s move to ShareIn and re-launch of its website in December 2019 marks a consolidation of its previous various software providers into a single, unifying supplier, ShareIn said.
Shojin is now using ShareIn’s direct investment technology, its payment solution ShareInPay and its Innovative Finance ISA software.
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“Due to a combination of circumstances, notably rapid increases in the number of global investors, regulatory change and desire to further streamline our operations, it was the logical step to transition across to ShareIn,” said Igor Gorbatsevich, head of digital at Shojin.
“Their technology has provided us with a much more integrated infrastructure and enables us to deliver an enhanced investment experience, with more frequent feature updates to our online investment platform.”
ShareIn launched ShareInPay last September, following HMRC concerns about firms using e-money providers to hold ISA client money. The firm is planning to expand its headcount from 28 to 40 this year, to support its expanded product range.
In November, ShareIn’s chief executive and co-founder Jude Cook (pictured) won the CEO of the Year award at the second annual Scottish Tech Start-up Awards hosted by Edinburgh’s Turing Fest.