Temenos drops out of Misys bid race

The number of takeover bidders circling the banking software company Misys was cut from three yesterday after its listed Swiss rival Temenos pulled out of the running.


Citisoft expands

The move is part of Citisoft's strategy to expand its advisory and delivery capabilities across the whole range of client needs.


Walker Crips selects Dion’s front office solution

Sean Lam, Managing Director at Walker Crips, says “Our decision to take the Portfolio product was a logical one given our aspirations to develop our business. Our selection of Dion is based on our existing relationship and the backing that their ne


Russian Wealth Manager Chooses Advent

“We reviewed several vendors and chose Advent because its wealth management solution best met our needs, specifically in terms of reporting functionality,” said Svetlana Grigorian, head of private banking


ABN AMRO cashes in on virtualization

Dirk Sibiet, country technology officer of ABN AMRO Singapore and United Arab Emirates (UAE), said the decision to adopt virtualization sprung out of its need to integrate the two distinct IT environments of ABN AMRO and Fortis Bank Nederland. The two in


Banks should not rush with innovation

The information age has put more pressure on banks to adopt technology and innovation to cope with the influx of data and rising security challenges, but banks say the focus should be on building a robust system first.


DST expands client relationship team

DST Global Solutions has expanded its client relationship team in the Australian and New Zealand regional market as the company seeks to broaden its product and services offerings.


Asset Control upgrades AC Plus

The upgrades provide Asset Control clients with the most efficient routes to meet greater regulatory demands for transparency.