Former NatWest head of intermediaries Graham Felstead (pictured) has joined the advisory board of proptech firm Coadjute.
Coadjute is a digital network that connects the existing software that property businesses use to synchronise data, share documents and connect to HM Land Registry instantly and securely in real-time.
This allows all parties involved in a property deal – including the estate agent, conveyancer, mortgage lender and broker – to track the live progress of the transaction from start to finish.
Also appointed to the advisory board are Elizabeth Chambers, operating partner with Searchlight Capital and Michael Day, a property industry advisor, mentor and trainer with over 900 estate agency clients and managing director of Integra Property Services.
Felstead said: “I’m really excited to be working with Dan [Salmons] again and look forward to helping Coadjute improve the home buying journey. I’ve worked with Mortgage Brokers over many years, and know that they want to support clients throughout the home buying journey.
“Coadjute provides a unique opportunity for them to deliver a better end-to-end experience.”
The new members of the advisory board join existing members Maria Harris, who is a non-executive director of United Trust Bank and director of Digital Cat Consultancy Ltd, and Rob Hailstone who is a residential property conveyancer and the founder and managing director of Bold Legal Group.
Dan Salmons, CEO of Coadjute, said: “We are delighted to welcome Elizabeth, Michael and Graham to the Coadjute Advisory Board. Along with Maria and Rob, we now have a Board with unprecedented experience and knowledge across banking, broking, property and technology, bringing us invaluable expertise and relationships across the property market.
“The new appointments will help us in our mission to bring the industry together and enhance the way the property market works.”