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Banking technology news from across the globe
The selection process to build Australia's real-time payments infrastructure – known as the New Payments Project (NPP) – is reaching its final stages. Two bids are left competing for the deal.
London's capital markets have generated a number of high profile flotations this year and up until last month, foreign exchange agent Travelex seemed nailed on to list on LSE. That was until BR Shetty, under the guise of BRS Ventures, and Centurion Investments instead acquired the company for GBP 1bn. Prior to the sale, Travelex had been widely understood to be the next financial services company to list.
At its recent Sapphire event SAP emphasised its commitment to the banking technology space, stating that it is the unit within SAP that is growing the fastest. IBS reports on the progress for the vendor in this sector.
Start-up Canadian stock exchange, Aequitas, has selected MillenniumIT's trading, data management and smart order routing engines ahead of its proposed launch in mid-2015.
Ahead of opening its Financial Services Network (FSN) up to a wider market this year, SAP is adding partners and value-added services.
Idealinvent has secured a first core banking customer for its ConnectCore system at Philippines Postal Savings Bank. The project is being delivered by Idealinvent's local partner, QSI, which originally planned to deliver 3i Infotech's Kastle Core Banking, before this initiative was shelved after two years of implementation.