27 April 2015

Pakistan's NIB Bank deploys Misys Opics Plus and Opics Risk

13 May 2014  |  905 views  |  0 Source: Misys

Misys, the global leader in treasury and capital markets solutions, has announced today that NIB Bank in Pakistan has implemented Misys Opics Plus and Opics Risk Plus in its Treasury and Risk Department.

NIB Bank needed to automate treasury processes for FX, money market, capital market and derivatives in its operations in Karachi, Pakistan. NIB Bank, headquartered in Karachi, is one of the largest banks in Pakistan and also one of the largest corporate entities of the country with a paid up capital of Rs. 103 billion.

The advanced risk management and compliance tools from Misys will help NIB Bank enhance the transparency of its operations. The solution gives a fully integrated treasury and capital markets solution with rich straight-through-processing, treasury and back-office functionality. Within the solution, an award-winning risk analytics engine enables risk managers to reduce the total cost of ownership of NIB Bank's treasury and trading operations.

Khurram Agha, CIO at NIB Bank states, "Expanding our collaboration with Misys offers us a full-fledged treasury solution that meets NIB Bank's requirements. Misys Opics Plus and Opics Risk Plus Solutions will be seamlessly integrated with our core banking back-office system. This will enhance our treasury operations and keep our commitments to our customers and continue to offer them the best experience."

Commenting on the agreement, Fady Fiani, Head of Sales Middle East & South East Asia for Misys, adds, "We are delighted that NIB Bank has turned to Misys to provide it with a comprehensive solution to help mitigate operational and financial risk. We are confident that Misys Opics Plus and Opics Risk Plus solutions will help achieve NIB Bank's goals, provide better customer engagement and increase profits. Misys solutions will help expand its asset coverage and reduce operational risk with better automation of regulatory reporting." 

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