Hundreds of UK-based jobs at Visa are in danger following the fallout from Brexit, according to Sky News.
US-based banking software heavyweight Jack Henry & Associates and its Symitar subsidiary are busy with a number of core software projects across the US.
US-based Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka (FHLBank Topeka) has selected OpenLink’s debt and derivatives solution Findur as it looks to improve operational efficiency.
Swift has revealed 73 banks worldwide have now joined its global payments initiative for cross-border payments.
By a slender majority of 51.9% to 48.1% the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. The move will have ramifications for banking and financial services internationally as the country renegotiates its relationship with the EU and could topple London’s standing as a leading global financial centre.
The technology world is evolving from a cathedral-like structure dominated by major technology vendors such as Oracle, Microsoft and IBM, to a bazaar-like ecosystem where new paradigms, platforms and tools emerge constantly and are adopted quickly. How to approach, and make the most of, open source?
Matthew Blanchard, Head of Incentive Compensation, IBM UK&I, explains to Banking Technology why automation is necessary and how firms can improve their bottom line.
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Alternative trading system Chi-X Canada has been bought by Nasdaq, as part of a push by the global exchange group to grow its presence in North America’s largest country. The deal is expected to go through in Q1 next year.
Deutsche Börse has renewed its contract with Stockholm-based independent surveillance technology provider Scila, signing a five-year agreement to continue using its software.
The Norwegian Valyou mobile payment service started by DnB and Telenor will be closed at the end of this month as a result of slower than expected activation of NFC enabled POS terminals and a much lower than expected end user uptake.