Insignis Cash Solutions

Insignis Cash Solutions

Insignis Cash Solutions is a cash management service. We actively manage our clients' cash deposits into interest bearing bank accounts over agreed deposit terms. Working with companies, charities, individuals, education institutions, trusts or local authorities we help clients to earn a healthy return on cash while maintaining liquidity and diversifying bank risk.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 200 674
Address: Merlin Place, Milton Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 0DP
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.insigniscash.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

If you want to get a good return from your business' cash deposits but don't have the time to research and open multiple accounts take a look at www.insigniscash.com. Don't be part of the 95% of businesses* who leave their cash with the big 5 banks earning zero interest.

We are a financial technology business close to the Cambridge Science Park working with companies, charities, individuals, education institutions, trusts and local authorities to help them earn a return on their cash assets. The service operates on a digital platform providing customers with full control, flexibility and transparency, backed up by assigned Cambridge-based Relationship Managers.

Our clients have in excess of £50,000 cash that they would like actively managed to earn a return. This could be working capital, investor-funded start up capital, savings for your next capital purchase or proceeds from the sale of a large asset. Cash is a neglected asset class in these days of record low interest rates but it doesn't have to be that way. Contact Insignis to see how we can find you a bespoke solution and earn you a return.

 

*Taken from a Competition and Markets Authority/FCA – Banking services to small and medium-sized enterprise report, July 2014

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Insignis Cash Solutions named a finalist in the PAM awards

Insignis Cash Solutions has been named as a finalist in the Digital Wealth Solution category at the 2019 PAM (Private Asset Management) Awards. The commendations recognise the Insignis cash management platform as a cutting-edge solution to provide transparency and easy access to competitive bank accounts for cash savings.

12 March 2019Read in full

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The Year of the Pig-gy Bank

It seems appropriate it’s the year of the Pig in the Chinese calendar. Brexit and the consequent uncertainty in the market has led a number of Insignis clients to focus their interests on cash and place investments in their piggy banks, versus other investment classes. Rathbones has recently published statistics that show that a quarter of high net worth investors currently hold more that 50% of their wealth in cash.

25 February 2019Read in full

Insignis welcomes Charter Savings Bank

Insignis Cash Solutions welcomes Charter Savings Bank as the latest bank to join its panel. With a new partner on board it is able to offer even more products to clients as well as enhance the total funds eligible for FSCS protection.

22 February 2019Read in full

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Fight inflation with an army of savings accounts

There has been a lot of noise around the fact that banks have not passed any significant increases onto savers after the BoE interest rate increases. Considering mortgage holders with variable mortgage deals will have felt the increase almost straight away, why have savers not been treated the same and how does this impact your savings?

13 November 2018Read in full

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Don’t forget the challenger banks

The past decade has seen a transformation of the banking landscape and with this, challenger banks. Insignis works with some of the smaller challenger banks that offer saving accounts that are FSCS protected.

14 August 2018Read in full

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Insignis Cash Solutions shortlisted for the MoneyAge Awards 2018

Insignis Cash Solutions is pleased to announce that it has been shortlisted for the 2018 MoneyAge awards. The firm is in the Consumer Champion of the Year category and its team looks forward to the event in October.

13 August 2018Read in full

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Insignis Cash Solutions bolsters Advisory Board with new appointment

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.

27 June 2018Read in full

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Fulfilling client cash management duties for solicitors

Having lasting or enduring power of attorney, being appointed as deputy under the Court of Protection, or acting as a trustee comes with the duty to always act in the best interest of the beneficiary. When it comes to cash funds, this means money should be kept safe until needed, but also actively managed to generate the best return possible.

18 April 2018Read in full

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Insignis Cash Solutions reaches finals of SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards

Insignis Cash Solutions has been shortlisted in the ‘Best New Business’ category of the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards for 2018. The award recognises the Insignis cash management platform as a pioneering solution to enable businesses and individuals to access the most competitive accounts for their savings and deposits, and to easily move money between accounts as circumstances change.

18 April 2018Read in full

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Insignis Cash Solutions highly commended in PAM Awards

Insignis Cash Solutions has been highly commended in the Digital Wealth Solution category and named a finalist in the Investment Product of Service Innovation category at the 2018 PAM (Private Asset Management) Awards.

7 March 2018Read in full

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