Whistlebrook Limited, a leading provider of back office solutions for the financial services industry, is pleased to announce that following a rigorous selection process, The West Brom Building Society has chosen Whistlebrook’s regulatory reporting system (WIRES).
WIRES is scalable to meet the reporting requirements of organisations of all sizes and is recognised by both the Financial Conduct Authority and The Bank of England as a means of electronically submitting regulatory returns. The system is available to run in house, hosted or on the cloud.
Jing Yee Harle, Group Regulatory Systems Accountant said “The West Brom needed a reliable and cost effective solution to ensure its regulatory obligations were managed more efficiently. Whistlebrook have a proven track record in the field and we were pleased to utilise the firm’s expertise for our regulatory requirements. The project ran very smoothly, to time and to budget. Whistlebrook dealt with our issues efficiently and incorporated a number of developments that we requested. We are now very pleased to be live on WIRES.”
Andy Hudders, Whistlebrook’s Sales and Marketing Director added: “We are delighted that The West Brom has chosen the Whistlebrook WIRES system. West Brom and Whistlebrook have now completed a very successful project and we are pleased to welcome The West Brom to the ever growing WIRES community.”
About West Brom Building Society
The West Brom are the seventh largest building society in the UK with over 165 years of experience in helping members achieve their hopes and ambitions of home ownership and save for a secure future.
Since its foundation in 1849, the West Brom has been proud to serve members from across its West Midlands heartland and beyond.
Throughout that time, they have remained steadfast to their founding principles – a commitment to financial success and security for the benefit of members, outstanding service, providing a warm environment for people to work, learn and develop their careers and creating deep roots in the local communities they serve.