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DCH selects TITAN™ treasury delivered and supported by Centrus Advisors in the UK

DCH (formerly Devon & Cornwall Housing) has become the latest major housing provider to select 3V Finance’s TITANTM treasury platform, delivered and supported by Centrus Advisors. DCH is a leading housing group, managing and delivering services to over 22,500 homes. After a number of mergers and amalgamations, DCH is one of the largest housing organisations in the south-west. 

TITAN™ treasury platform is an easy to implement solution which combined with Centrus’ treasury advisory expertise, allows organisations to efficiently manage their treasury operations. The platform offers transaction management, risk management, accounting and compliance support. It can also be interfaced with multiple 3rd party systems. 

George Karalis, Director of Centrus Advisors said: “We are very pleased to welcome DCH as one of our first Titan ASP clients and would like to thank the DCH Treasury team for its great collaboration during the implementation process. The DCH project has been pivotal to our efforts of building a leading-edge treasury technology platform.”  

Andrew Hart, DCH Director of Corporate Finance said: “TITANTM technology and the support offered by Centrus Treasury expertise has enabled the team to provide accurate and precise information to the Treasury Committee and the Board, facilitating in important decisions. With DCH aiming to be the best organisation in the south-west, strong financial capacity is essential and it is vital to have full visibility of our debt portfolio. TitanTM allows the team to have instant access to our portfolio and identify key areas of risk before acting. By implementing Titan ASP, the treasury team have been able to improve controls, automate and speed up processes, thereby minimising human error and risk.”