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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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Banking technology news from across the globe
Sudan-based Islamic microfinance outfit, Irada, is looking to modernise its transaction processing with an implementation of iMAL from Path Solutions.
Accenture is the winner in Bank of Ireland’s latest efforts to outsource and modernise its IT.
Thomson Reuters has launched a new managed KYC registry, claiming to differentiate from rivals Swift and DTCC – both of which have recently announced similar services – by offering a more universal proposition.
The UK Payments Council's mobile payment service, unveiled as Paym, will go live shortly with an initial nine institutions, linking current accounts to mobile numbers. Delays to Vocalink's Zapp means Paym will be the country's first collaborative initiative to hit the market.
Germany-based direct bank, Fidor Bank, is gearing up to launch in Russia later this year. Fidor plans to launch its community-based banking services on the core system of a local bank, Probusinessbank, with Fidor's proprietary technology at the front-end.
Having decided to seek a single custodian to handle all of its settlement requirements, Germany-based AQX Securities ultimately settled on BNP Paribas Securities Services.