Blenheim Chalcot is delighted to announce the launch of it’s newest venture Dynamo
Dynamo is a new online mortgage broker providing free, impartial and quality mortgage advice online and comparing deals from High Street banks and challengers alike. Dynamo prides itself on doing mortgages differently and is rebuilding the entire remortgage process around its customers.
Built together with the UK’s largest mortgage broker Countrywide, Dynamo combines a deep mortgage industry knowledge, insight and relationships, together with Blenheim Chalcot’s record of building disruptive fintech.
Dynamo chief executive Seb McDermott says: “Dynamo’s cutting edge proprietary technology is set to transform the way our mortgage advisers are accustomed to working, saving them time and paperwork and allowing them to focus on delivering a great customer experience.”
Chaired by Blenheim Chalcot Partner and former head of Google UK and Ireland Dan Cobley, Dynamo brings together a team of world class designers, developers, data scientists, financial services experts and business builders.
At launch, Dynamo is available for residential remortgage customers only, extending to first time buyers and home movers by the end of 2018.
Dan Cobley is a Partner at Blenheim Chalcot, the UK’s leading Venture Builder. Dan joined in 2016 and is the managing partner for FinTech. Dan is a Trustee of The Technology Trust, a charity that helps other charities make the most of technology.
Blenheim Chalcot specialises in building digital businesses that transform industries. It has portfolio sales of over £300m, more than 3,000 employees, and a successful track record of over 40 companies across IT services and software platforms, financial services, education and media.
Before Blenheim Chalcot, Dan spent 8 years at Google, leading European Marketing and then as MD of the UK and Ireland business. And prior to that he ran European Marketing for Capital One.
Dan studied Physics at St John’s College Oxford, and Design, Manufacture and Management at Wolfson College, Cambridge.