Keychain launches new broker platform

Keychain’s platform digitises the mortgage advice journey, offering a paperless experience for brokers and clients.


Keychain allows brokers to focus on providing advice rather than admin tasks.

Keychain has announced the launch of a new digital platform for mortgage brokers and their clients.

The platform enhances mortgage transactions by modernising key interactions between brokers and clients, including fact finding, document sharing, and e-signing of client care documents.

Keychain’s platform offers custom workflows tailored to each transaction type, from first-time buyer cases to portfolio landlord transactions.

The company recently secured backing from the Land Registry as part of the Geovation accelerator programme, which supports firms focused on improving property transactions. The programme features financial support of over £100,000 and access to Land Registry data.

Keychain was founded by Jack Rogers, a former Bank of England economist, and Ivan Sivukha, an experienced software engineer.

Jack Rogers, founder of Keychain, said:

“There are thousands of fantastic mortgage advisers across the country who guide their clients through life’s most significant financial transaction. We identified a market gap for a software solution that seamlessly integrates into existing ways of working, enabling brokers and their clients to efficiently share the data and documents required for the advice journey. Keychain allows brokers to focus on providing advice rather than admin tasks.


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