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RICS Commercial Property Conference 2018

date 29th November 2018

We are pleased to announce that we are sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s RICS Commercial Property Conference taking place in December.

Event name: RICS Commercial Property Conference, London, UK.
Date & Time: Tuesday 11th December 2018 from 08:30 – 16:45
Venue: Park Plaza Victoria, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, London, SW1V 1EQ

The event brings together the most influential members of the Property Management sector to discuss the industry and how it will continue to develop in the coming years.

Why Visit the Cashfac Stand?

Technology plays a crucial role in managing the day-to-day cash management operations of property management professionals. Account records and systems need to be suited to the nature and volume of client account transactions, and regulated property management companies who hold client money need to separate client funds from all other cash.

At Cashfac, we help property management companies manage their client money more effectively by implementing our virtual bank accounts solution. This involves automating manually intensive, spreadsheet-based processes across several key business areas including:

  • Receipt and Reconciliation Management
  • Payments
  • Interest Processing
  • Bank Account Opening and Closing

Cashfac’s robust, rule- based double entry book keeping approach to the management and control of client money ensures that there is no of funds between company and client money.

Learn more about how Cashfac can help by watching a recent webinar we launched with PROP which discusses the challenges that cash management teams typically face within Property Management companies.

Arrange a Meeting

If you would like to arrange a meeting prior to the event, please fill out the form below and we will be in touch as soon as possible. Register to attend the event.








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