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Iroquois Federal Savings & Loan Association, a $580 million entity in the US state of Illinois, is modernising its front-to-back office technology with Fiserv.
Valley National Bank, a $23 billion financial institution in New Jersey, is implementing nCino’s Bank Operating System for commercial lending.
New underwriting technology developed by Experian and financial data aggregator Finicity could speed up borrowing and enable millennials and other consumers with thin or no credit files to receive money. The product emerges amid a federal call for more work on helping those potential borrowers build credit scores.
Nedbank, one of South Africa’s largest banks, is implementing a new syndicated lending system, Fusionbanking Loan IQ, supplied by Misys.
Ontario-based Alterna Bank says it has launched “Canada’s first and only end-to-end digital mortgage”.
TSB Bank in New Zealand is rolling out a new lending solution from Australia-based fintech start-up Cloudcase.
Yes Fintech, the accelerator programme of India’s Yes Bank, has unveiled its 12 finalists.
China-based CredEX Fintech says its mobile lending app’s total credit extended has exceeded CNY 30 billion ($4.3 billion) since its launch ten months ago. According to the firm, its user base has gone beyond five million, daily credit has been extended up to CNY 100 million ($14.4 million), and the average credit extended stands at […]
Turkey-based QNB Finansbank, a subsidiary of QNB Group and one of the top five privately owned banks in the country, has enabled its customers to use digital signatures for account opening and loans in the bank’s branches.