Robo-advice has captured a lot of attention in the financial services sector of late, so it is great to find an institution that is putting it firmly into practice. Banking Technology talks to Munnypot, a recent arrival on the UK market.
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Israel-based Bank Yahav has gone live with a new core banking platform, Bancs, supplied by TCS Financial Solutions. The “pure Java-based” solution is provided on a hosted basis.
New challenger Community Savings Bank Association (CSBA) has chosen TCS Financial Services’ Bancs core banking system on the cloud for its member banks across the UK. Last year, Banking Technology was the first publication to report on CSBA joining the British banking market. The association, which is registered as a co-operative society plans to set […]
Munnypot, a new robo-advice and investment service in the UK, has fully launched with tech support from a number of partners.
Look back at some of the major core banking software projects in 2016, with Banking Technology’s top ten.
AmBank will be launching “a new phase of mobile banking very soon”, according to the bank’s new group CEO, Dato’ Sulaiman Mohd Tahir. The solution is provided by Backbase.
City Union Bank (CUB) has become the first bank in India to introduce a robot to deal with customer queries. Called Lakshmi, the robot is based on the IBM Watson artificial intelligence (AI) engine.
Bank of Bhutan, the country’s oldest and largest bank, has ditched Oracle FSS’s Flexcube and gone live on TCS Financial Services’ Bancs core banking system. TCS says all existing customers, accounts, lending and internet banking subscribers were migrated from Flexcube (which was originally installed at the bank in 2008) to TCS Bancs. The bank selected […]