BNG Bank in regtech project with BearingPoint

BNG Bank goes Mondrian (and implements new regtech)

BNG Bank, a public sector bank in the Netherlands, is implementing BearingPoint’s Abacus regtech solution for MiFID II/MiFIR, EMIR II, MMSR and SFTR reporting.

Pacific Western Bank live with nCino’s Bank Operating System

Pacific Western Bank, ©Tuxyso, Wikimedia Commons

Pacific Western Bank, a $21 billion institution in California, has gone live with nCino’s cloud-based Bank Operating System, replacing in-house systems.

Mortgage tech provider PCLender acquired by Fiserv

Fiserv takes over fellow fintech vendor PCLender

Fiserv has acquired PCLender, a US-based provider of “simple, elegant, internet-based mortgage solutions for community banks, credit unions and mortgage bankers”.

Everyday Loans automates IFRS 9 compliance with Jaywing

jaywing logo

Everyday Loans, a UK-based provider of “loans for bad credit”, has signed for Jaywing’s Horizon solution for IFRS 9 modelling and provision calculation.

Cantilan Bank pioneers cloud-based core banking software in Philippines

Cantilan Bank and Oradian teams

Cantilan Bank is set to become “the first bank in the Philippines to use cloud-based core banking technology in its operations”.

New payments bank launched in India, Fino Payments Bank


India has seen the launch of its fourth payments bank, Fino Payments Bank. For its core banking system, the bank uses Profile from FIS, delivered on a hosted basis.

Oracle expands on-premise public cloud offering – sounds weird right?


Oracle has continued its journey into the cloud, expanding an interesting proposition to target the data sensitive and paranoid.

Fintech funding round-up: 30 June 2017

Funding concept with smartphone

A handy round-up of who’s investing in what in the fintech space. Featuring Revolut, Tango Card and ClauseMatch.

Bank of America signs for Oracle ERP


Bank of America is rolling out Oracle’s cloud-based ERP system and financial applications for its international general ledger and broker-dealer systems.

SnoCope Credit Union to save $100,000 per year with core tech conversion

SnoCope CU swaps Fiserv for CUProdigy

SnoCope CU, a small credit union in the US state of Washington, is revamping its core processing technology with CUProdigy. The new cloud-based platform will replace Fiserv’s Galaxy solution.