SmartSave becomes the latest bank to join the Flagstone platform

Flagstone are delighted to announce that SmartSave has become the latest bank to join the Flagstone platform. SmartSave, a Chetwood Financial company, will be offering a range of market-leading fixed term products to Flagstone clients.


Andy Mielczarek, CEO and Founder of SmartSave said: "We are thrilled to be offering our market-leading SmartSave accounts through the Flagstone platform. In the current climate, where inflation is high and interest rates are still rising, ensuring that customers have access to competitively priced savings products that help them do more with their money is vital.

We look forward to giving more people the opportunity to grow their savings, as well as making the most of Flagstone’s broad range of distribution channels to grow our own deposit base.”


The bank has also opted for access to our exclusive Bank Portal, allowing them to examine real time data on their deposits placed by Flagstone clients. The bank can now download several reports and metrics including FSCS data and maturity profiles of their products.


For banks that want to reduce their cost of funds by raising deposits, we are the cash deposit platform of choice due to our scale and breadth of distribution channels, and lack of additional fees.


If you are interested in partnering with Flagstone and would like further information on how we can assist you with your funding requirements, please contact a member of our Banks Team on the details provided below.


Mark Ettridge, Business Development Manager, Banks


Mark Hicks, Head of Bank Partnerships


Zach Brookmier, Bank Relationship Director


Chris Lavery, Bank Relationship Director


Aman Rai, Bank Relationship Manager



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