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D+H unveils simulated tests for real-time payments

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DH Corporation (D+H) is now offering banks a cloud-based testing environment to simulate connectivity to The Clearing House’s (TCH) real-time payments system. D+H says it is the first payments hub vendor to provide banks in the US “easy and low-risk” access and with “minimal investment”. It offers an optional open API layer, where banks can […]

InvestCloud acquires Babel Systems for $20m

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California-based InvestCloud has acquired Babel Systems in London for $20 million. Babel provides a modular and API-based trade and accounting platform, while InvestCloud has over 660 clients with “accounting needs served by legacy accounting systems that were designed in the last century”. This acquisition links InvestCloud’s digital platform with Babel’s capabilities. InvestCloud will also continue […]

Top fintech stories this week – 6 January 2017

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Catch up on Banking Technology’s top five fintech stories of the week – all in one place! The first weekly news round-up of 2017. Happy 2017! Let it be a year of discovery and success.

Turicum Private Bank swaps ERI’s Olympic for Temenos’ T24 core banking system

Temenos gains new core banking tech client in Gibraltar

Turicum Private Bank in Gibraltar is live with new core banking software, Temenos’ T24. The system is delivered on Microsoft Azure cloud.

TBI Bank automates credit decision-making with Provenir Cloud

Taking credit decision-making to the cloud

TBI Bank is implementing Provenir Cloud “for rapid risk decision-making and streamlined processing of customer applications”.

FCA green lights cloud technologies

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We are constantly connected to the cloud (iPhone, DropBox, Google Drive just to name a few) and yet, in financial services, the adoption has been tremendously slow. In part, this is due to a lack of guidance from regulators, especially where cloud-based regulation technology is concerned. But finally there is forward progress.

Drooms acquires Swiss fintech firm DealMarket

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Drooms, a provider of virtual data rooms, has agreed a deal to acquire DealMarket with effect from 1 January 2017 to boost its service portfolio for the entire asset lifecycle. Zurich-based DealMarket has developed a cloud-based software package for private equity investors, family offices and corporate finance experts, allowing them to manage the deal flow […]

SNS Bank selects Ohpen for BPO core processing services

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Amsterdam-based banking software vendor Ohpen has signed a long-term outsourcing agreement with Dutch state-owned bank SNS to deliver its business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions to support the investment propositions of ASN Bank, BLG Wonen, RegioBank and SNS. The services, underpinned by Ohpen’s Microsoft.Net-based core banking platform, will start by the end of 2017. Ohpen CCO […]

AWS data centre launch implies all is not well following Brexit

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced a new availability zone in London which indicates all is not well in the UK following Brexit, reports Jamie Davies at Telecoms.com. The new data centre creates the 16th availability zone worldwide for the public cloud leader, and is the first available in the UK. To date, customers in the […]

Metro Bank moves IT infrastructure to Rackspace cloud

Metro Bank on cloud nine

UK-based challenger bank Metro Bank has moved its IT infrastructure to a Rackspace managed cloud solution. Rackspace says this has reduced the bank’s close-of-business processing time by 50% and report production time by two-thirds.

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