Climate First Bank chooses Prelim to improve the digital banking experience for businesses

By Edlyn Cardoza


Prelim, a FinTech provider optimizing digital banking experiences for financial institutions, announced that Climate First Bank (CFB) has selected its solution to improve online banking experiences for its business account holders. Specifically, with Prelim’s flexible, low-code solution, the bank can offer a streamlined and simplified digital account opening process to business owners.

A values-based community bank with a founding mission to address the climate crisis, CFB provides retail and corporate banking services focused on environmental sustainability, including specialist “green” lending options for a variety of businesses. opportunities ranging from rooftop solar to renewable energy to construction. renovations, electric vehicle charging or even the purchase of certified carbon offsets.

The institution relies on Prelim’s technology to help automate and streamline business onboarding and funding for projects aligned with its mission, helping CFB create a high-quality digital experience that empowers business owners to open accounts and manage funds online, avoiding many of the often tedious steps of traditional merchant banking.

“At Climate First Bank, we are committed to providing business financial services that go above and beyond to protect our planet,” said Marcio deOliveira, EVP, CTO and Chief Digital Banking Officer at Climate First Bank. “Working with Prelim allows our clients to benefit from a seamless account opening process, eliminating much of the hassle and inconvenience that can come with onboarding. Climate First Bank is delighted to provide our clients with a first rate from the start of our relationship with us.

IBS Intelligence reported that Prelim announced the release of its platform’s new app store, which helps connect Prelim’s customers to leading FinTech companies and systems.

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