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As the financial services landscape continues to transition, independent banks are exploring business opportunities around the globe. Newly established Ancoria Bank is launching in Cyprus, where it will focus on servicing small to midsize enterprises, as well as a segment of the retail sector.
Pilatus Bank, Ltd. - an exclusive private & commercial bank based in Malta with clients across the globe - has chosen Oracle's FLEXCUBE core banking platform to underpin its private and corporate banking offerings.
Today’s financial services landscape calls for a more human-centric approach to banking, and one that enables key stakeholders—including customers, bankers, operations staff, and technology staff—to stay ahead of fast-changing regulatory guidelines while continuing to drive improved performance.
Customers are bringing lofty new expectations to their banking relationships, fueled, in part, by the personalized experience they have come to expect from their favorite brands.
Asset-based lending institutions are challenged by changes in regulations and shifts in customer expectations. To keep pace, compete, and win the business, these institutions need instant access to a solution that enables a quick response and improves the accuracy of credit decisions.
JMR Infotech, a leading end-to-end banking technology solutions and services provider, on May 14, 2014 announced the launch of a new business unit dedicated to Oracle Applications.
Infosys today announced that its Finacle core banking solution running on an Oracle SuperCluster engineered system has set new global benchmarks for the number of transactions processed across key banking functions.
Brett King, CEO and Founder of Moven, explains the personnel shift required to drive a bank's digital strategy and the importance of mobile.
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