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National Australia Bank (NAB) is nearing the completion of an overhaul of its global trade finance business with Misys' Trade Innovation. Its New Zealand-based subsidiary, BNZ, is expected to go live in September this year, after the system was rolled out to its Asian locations over the last 15 months.Read More
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Nepal's oldest commercial bank, Nepal Bank Limited, is looking to replace two legacy core systems with a single, centralised and web-based core banking offering. Suppliers have around 20 days to respond.
France-based IT and services provider, Steria, presses on with merger discussions with fellow French vendor, Sopra Group, whilst rejecting a proposal from Atos and branding it as 'unsolicited'.
Seeds Funds Savings and Loans, a start-up bank in Ghana, has become the latest addition to the client list of Indian vendor, Trust Systems & Software.
Jordan Kuwait Bank (JKB) has completed the main part of its roll-out of BPC Banking Technologies’ Smartvista payments engine. The bank is also due to go live with a new core banking system, ICSFS’s ICS Banks, in the coming weeks.
Tunisia-based credit process automation specialist, Axe Finance, has brought up its customer list to 15 financial institutions and banks since introducing its Axe Credit Portal (ACP) solution to the market in 2008/9. Amongst new additions is a bank in Abu Dhabi.
Dutch banking software vendor, Ohpen, intends to take its Microsoft.Net-based core banking system to the UK market. Last year, the vendor gained its first live site at Netherlands-based asset manager, Robeco.