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Unisys and Almonde to deliver Basel II solutions in Korea

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Unisys Korea and Almonde, leaders in compliance and risk management software solutions, concluded a partnership agreement to distribute and support risk management and Basel II systems on the Korean market.

"We selected Almonde as our local partner after an in-depth assessment of more than 15 solutions," said Tae-In Kang , Financial Services Director of Unisys Korea, and added, "Almonde's product is fully ready, integrated and open to third party modules. It also seamlessly integrates with existing banks' systems and data through a robust built-in ETL. In addition, the product can easily be extended to perform ALM analysis which guarantees long-term customer value."

Unisys Korea will provide distribution, integration and local support services. Fully trained on the Almonde risk management, Unisys is already in discussion with multiple Korean banks to implement the Almonde Basel II product.

"We are very proud to serve the Korean market with Unisys Korea. Our partnership is based on mutual complementary strategy to deliver world-class system, integration and support services to our clients," says Shawn McMorran, Almonde CEO.

Unisys precision thinking and relentless execution are well known in the financial services market. For over 100 years, financial institutions have chosen Unisys to help increase efficiency, improve customer relationships, and enhance profitability.

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