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Nationwide Exchange Services is now NES Financial

For over five years at Nationwide Exchange Services we’ve been emphasizing in the marketplace the need for improved financial security, complete transactional transparency, and in the case of corporate clientele, more thorough compliance practices regarding 1031 exchanges. That coupled with the company’s business processes, technology, customer service and industry-leading sector expertise has made NES the largest provider of 1031 intermediary services by a wide margin.

What many don’t realize is that through NES Financial, parent of Nationwide Exchange Services, those same attributes have been applied to solutions in trust and escrow administration that are benefiting other financial sectors and market segments. NES Financial has delivered technology and service solutions with benefits of reduced operating expenses, lower compliance costs, greater scalability, and improved customer retention in many forms of trust and escrow administration to the banking sector. The end customers of these solutions have benefited with improved financial flexibility, reduced transactional risk, lower costs, and better transparency and compliance capabilities. On a monthly basis the collective companies of NES Financial are now administering over $6 billion in transaction volume for some of the largest banks and corporations in the U.S.

Our mission is clear and consistent regardless of market sector; provide partners and clientele with best-of-class solutions that allow them to be safer, faster, better informed and more profitable. For this reason Nationwide Exchange Services is now going to operate under the parent company brand of NES Financial. While the name may be slightly different, the same group of experts will be on hand with a wider range of solutions to help your business grow.

To learn more about NES Financial Trust Administration, Escrow Administration and 1031 Exchange solutions, click here or give us a call.

2017-02-14T20:32:04+00:00 November 15th, 2010|Categories: NES Financial News Blog|Tags: , |