February IBS Journal out now!
Featuring a round-up of the banking tech space, including important acquisitions, new signings, project failures, the latest gossip, plus an in-depth analysis of the risk management endeavours. You can also read about ABN Amro’s overhaul of the ATM network and how Jordan is set to become the first country in the world to move to Swift’s MX messaging standard.
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IBS Sales League Table 2015 webcast
Join us on Wednesday, 4th March 2015, at 1pm GMT as we unveil the IBS Sales League Table. It is the first sight of which banks have been buying which systems across the globe during the last year, spanning universal, retail, corporate, lending, wealth management and treasury/capital markets.
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New - IBS Intelligence White Papers
Our first series of white papers feature Avaloq, Sopra Banking Software, TCS Financial Solutions and Temenos. The papers include a write-up of each vendor, its system, evolution, strategy, functionality, technology, user experiences and product roadmap, plus an extensive user list. Further series will be released soon.
If a supplier is of particular interest, we also offer bespoke white papers.
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Banking technology news from across the globe
A new solution combining the purchase-to-pay platform of Finland-based Basware and the global payments network of Mastercard aims at faster payment settlements, with greater transparency leading to lower prices and cheaper financing.
Nepal's largest commercial bank, Citizens Bank International Limited (CBIL), is looking to replace its legacy core banking system, Pumori Plus from local vendor, Mercantile Communications. A number of international and local providers submitted bids at the end of August.
A question IBS is often asked is why so many banks focus on the time-honoured activities of patching up their existing software rather than tearing it all out and starting afresh. There are a number of reasons for this, with the regulatory risk concerns dominating all other factors at present.
A round-up of recent orders in the financial technology sector worldwide. Misys' Fusionbanking Essence core platform gains first taker in Belize, Temenos signs a T24 deal in Lebanon, Infrasoft makes inroads into Mauritius with its OmniEnterprise core system, and Simcorp gains a new customer in Switzerland.
A round-up of appointments and departures within the industry. Australian heavyweights Westpac and National Australia Bank (NAB) reshuffle senior management teams, The Payments Council in the UK searches for a new CEO, and Broadridge poaches a Thomson Reuters veteran.
The latest gossip from around the industry.