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Banking technology news from across the globe
ABN Amro is set to go live with its new payments hub based on a collaborative development with Temenos. Germany will be the first live site for Temenos Payment Suite (TPS) in September this year. Meanwhile, another major entity has signed for TPS and is working towards a 2016 go-live.
Following seven years of effort, the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) claims its Service Landscape now spans all areas of a universal bank and is ready for use by banks across the globe. It is also working to link to the IFX message standards and there is a first regional sub-group, for North America.
One of Ireland's largest banks, Bank of Ireland, is pondering a large-scale core system modernisation project. The focus is on the UK operations at present, it is understood, as the bank looks to move from its old Alnova core platform, supplied by Accenture.
Leeds Building Society is seeking to leapfrog other UK institutions by implementing a suite of components to build a new online customer experience. HP is heading the project and delivery will be via the cloud.
Canada-based digital banking start-up, Equitable Bank, is set to launch this summer. The bank will focus on savings, underpinned by the Temenos suite of products, including the T24 core banking system.
Sweden-based start-up, Cryex, is implementing the Tradexpress platform from fellow Swedish company, Cinnober, to underpin its planned launch of an FX and cryptocurrency clearing house. It is the first to take the platform for this sort of use.