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There is no escaping the lack of activity in the core banking software market in 2013, despite signs of a recent global economic pick-up. Other research firms may be 'predicting growth' or 'remaining bullish' with their copycat big leagues, waves, quadrants and hype cycles, but at IBS we don't have our head in the clouds and publish what is actually happening out there. It is not pretty, at least not… Read More
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Canadian financial technology firm, Davis and Henderson (D+H), has completed the takeover of US counterpart, Harland Financial Solutions, for $1.2 billion. Harland's PhoenixEFE offering enables D+H's first move into the core processing market.
Dion Global is marketing its Nova trading system to retail brokers and smaller tier institutions, with a particular focus on Asia. Singapore and Indonesia are the hotspots due to pending regulatory changes.
The acquisition of a Switzerland-based Swift messaging specialist, Sterci, and its UK subsidiary, Simplex, significantly extends Bottomline Technologies' Swift expertise, footprint, customer base and products, states the vendor.
Indonesia's largest bank, Bank Mandiri, is seeking a new core banking system for its Cayman Islands subsidiary, BMCI. The contract winner will replace the 16-year-old IBIS solution from Financial Objects (now part of Temenos).
The UK Payments Council has confirmed 16th September 2013 as the launch date for the new seven-day account switching service. 33 banks and building societies, including the likes of Nationwide Building Society, Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group, are on board to deliver the service.