Goldfields Money signs for tech overhaul with Rubik
Australia-based banking tech provider Rubik (soon to be acquired by Temenos) has signed a new client, Goldfields Money. Rubik’s CEO Iain Dunstan says one more new customer will be announced “imminently”.
Goldfields Money will implement Rubik Model Bank, a front-to-back office system based on the Temenos’ T24 core offering. The solution has been tailored specifically for the Australian credit unions, mutual and other deposit-taking institutions, the vendor says. It is delivered on a hosted basis.
Goldfields Money (formerly Goldfields Credit Union) is a deposit-taking financial institution listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). It is based in Perth.
Rubik has two more domestic customers that use its platform: Maleny Credit Union (MCU) and Uniting Financial Services (UFS, the treasury arm of Uniting Church).