As customers become more sophisticated, banks in Asia Pacific, including Indonesia, have no choice but to revamp their technology platform to meet changing demands of customers, a group of finance and technology experts has said.
The Australian wealth management division of IRESS, which produces the financial planning administration software Xplan, benefited from increased activity by its clients as they scrambled to meet the 1 July 2013 FOFA implementation deadline.
With China's technology companies tipped to be given licenses to provide banking services, traditional brick-and-mortar banks are venturing out into the online realm to better compete against these new market players.
AMP has launched a mobile app which allows customers to access their banking, superannuation, insurance and investments.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services announced today that State Bank of India, the largest multinational financial institution in India by assets, has selected its regulatory reporting solution for its newly opened branch in Tianjin
A Conversation with, Bill Stone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at SS&C, 6:30 - 8:30pm, March 12, 2014
Capco, the global business and technology consultancy dedicated solely to the financial services industry, today announced the opening of a Hong Kong office as the hub for its business across the Asia-Pacific region.
Thailand’s Bangkok Bank has installed a new mobile banking and payments platform built by technology company Fiserv, which it says will give customers better security and the bank a stronger presence on mobile devices.
With Aviva and Navigator joining the service, financial institutions signed up on Calastone electronic order routing service account for over 50% of all fund orders originating from Singapore fund distributors.