Cloudscraper to officially launch

Cloudscraper has announced that it will formally launch at ING’s London HQ on Wednesday (7th February).

The company – a global commercial real estate exchange for buying, selling and financing – provides a unified trading and communications platform for those involved in the commercial real estate environment.

Cloudscraper has its headquarters in London, with offices in Tel Aviv, Dublin and Berlin.

Since its inception in 2014, the platform has attracted more than 100 global organisations representing assets in excess of $200bn (approximately £142.6bn).

The launch event will be hosted by ING in co-operation with CREFC-Europe and run from 6.30-8.30pm.

Speakers at the event will include Matthew Webster, chief financial officer at Cloudscraper, Annerie Vreugdenhil, chief innovation officer wholesale banking at ING, and William Naunton, head of UK real estate at DLA Piper.

Moses Gottlieb, executive chairman and CEO at Cloudscraper (pictured above), said: “After over three years developing the technology, the company is ready for global roll-out – now is the time to leverage the Cloudscraper platform for market participants to stay relevant in an industry undergoing unstoppable dynamic change.”

Matthew added: “The commercial real estate industry is set to undergo massive change and Cloudscraper will lead from the front. 

“While technology has already demonstrably impacted the residential property market, the commercial world is tremendously lagging. 

“Yet in this market too, professionals are desperately looking to find ways of utilising technology to make things quicker, easier, more accurate and cost effective.

“While the technology may have changed, the way people work has not – Cloudscraper allows all parts of the sum to connect easily, communicate and exchange data with minimal fuss, saving both time and money.”

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