Scottish Buiulkding Society logo - Whistlebrook’s Treasury Management System (WTMS)

Posted on: June 6, 2017

London, UK – May 2017 – Whistlebrook Limited, a leading provider of back office solutions for the financial services industry, is pleased to announce that Scottish Building Society has chosen Whistlebrook’s Treasury Management System (WTMS), to replace its existing solution.

WTMS provides a sophisticated solution, purposely designed for financial institutions delivering comprehensive functionality to empower users to efficiently complete their daily treasury tasks as well as providing access to advanced reporting specifically for financial institutions.

“Scottish Building Society needed a treasury solution to replace its existing system.  WTMS provided all of the required functionality – in a user-friendly package – with the opportunity to bring a number of efficiencies to existing treasury management and reporting processes.  Implementation has been straight-forward, with the embedding of the new system well supported by Whistlebrook, allowing the Society to quickly start realising the benefits whilst minimising disruption during implementation,” says Graeme Chandler, Head of Finance Scottish Building Society.

Andy Hudders, Whistlebrook’s Sales and Marketing Director added: “We are delighted that SBS have chosen the Whistlebrook TMS system. We have worked with SBS for many years and we look forward to completing another successful implementation for the society.”

About Scottish Building Society

The Scottish Building Society’s status as a mutual provides it’s members with confidence, secure in the knowledge that as owners of the business, the Scottish is being run in their best interests. The Society has over 33,000 members and continues to grow as more people are becoming aware of the mutual sector and what it represents.

As well as looking after members’ funds and offering borrowers an excellent range of mortgage products through our six branches and the website, the society also has over 60 Agency Offices located around Scotland from as far north as Orkney to Newton Stewart in the south.