The future of commercial banking may well lie in being “curators”, according to Australia and New Zealand-based banking group, ANZ. In an interview with the Australian Financial Review, Mark Hand, managing director, corporate and commercial banking at ANZ says commercial bankers will “morph into ‘curators’ for their business clients by linking customers with reputable, external […]
Salem Five, a $4.2 billion mutual bank in Massachusetts, is embarking on a major technology overhaul with Fiserv’s core, digital banking, payments, and commercial solutions.
Citi’s institutional e-banking platform, CitiDirect BE, will now use MobilePASS which lets corporate users replace their physical login tokens with their personal mobile devices for authentication.
Seven European banks – Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Natixis, KBC, Rabobank, Société Générale and UniCredit – have agreed in principle to develop a blockchain-based shared platform for domestic and international commerce for SMEs.
People’s Bank of Zanzibar (PBZ), a state-owned bank in Tanzania, has concluded its core banking system selection. The bank has signed a deal with ICS Financial Systems (ICSFS) to implement the vendor’s ICS Banks platform.
Wyelands Bank (formerly Tungsten Bank) is relaunching in 2017 with a new core banking system.
Online Banking Solutions (OBS), an Atlanta-based provider of cash management software, is being taken over by banking tech giant Fiserv.
Payments technology and expense management specialist Fraedom is on the journey to tap into the $110 trillion B2B market opportunity that remains untapped today. “If the technology is both powerful and intuitive, people will use it,” states Kyle Ferguson, Fraedom’s CEO.
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Intellect iGTB, the global transaction banking software business of Intellect Design Arena, has implemented its products at CIBC. The project is part of a multi-stage transaction banking and payments tech overhaul at the Canadian banking group.