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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Hellenic Bank Ventures Into Russia

    The Moscow-based subsidiary of Cypriot financial group, Hellenic Bank, has become its first foreign entity to be launched as a fully-fledged bank, not just a representative office or a branch (which it has in abundance in Greece). In Russia, Hellenic will focus on lending to the SME sector. The first...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    National Grid: Electric Currency

    National Grid will soon be 20 years old. Growing out of the Central Electricity Generating Board, it was part of the commanding heights of the British economy which were progressively privatised by the last Conservative government. In 1990 the new, privately owned, Regional Electricity Companies were given ownership of the...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    First Malaysian Ringgit Trader Live on RTFX

    CIMB Bank, the commercial banking arm of CIMB Group in Malaysia, has become the first Ringgit market-maker to go live on Thomson Reuters' RTFX (Reuters Trading for Foreign Exchange) platform. The Ringgit is currently non-tradable outside of Malaysia, the central bank remaining averse to freely allowing the currency to be...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Schroders: Testing Times

    Automating the testing process for a core system upgrade seems to be a logical step. Swiss private bank, Schroders, has done just this as the pilot site for Temenos' new upgrade tool. Replacing the core system is widely regarded as one of the most challenging projects for a bank's IT...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Co-Operative Financial Services: 'Catch-Up, Compete and Conquer'

    A concerted but 'Technology light' process reengineering effort is reaping benefits at Co-operative Financial Services. IBS reports from its Manchester HQ on what has been achieved and what is still to be done The process excellence team at Co-operative Financial Services has a floor of its own at the company's...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ladbrokes: IT2/1 Favourite

    Whether you enjoy the occasional flutter or you are a regular punter, uncertainty is part of the thrill. But when it comes to being offered the odds, you still want a solid, dependable structure behind your bet. Ladbrokes, as one of the largest bookmakers in the world, has the kind...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Co-Operative Financial Services: 'Catch-Up, Compete and Conquer'

    A concerted but 'Technology light' process reengineering effort is reaping benefits at Co-operative Financial Services. IBS reports from its Manchester HQ on what has been achieved and what is still to be done The process excellence team at Co-operative Financial Services has a floor of its own at the company's...

    Provided By IBS Publishing

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Ladbrokes: IT2/1 Favourite

    Whether you enjoy the occasional flutter or you are a regular punter, uncertainty is part of the thrill. But when it comes to being offered the odds, you still want a solid, dependable structure behind your bet. Ladbrokes, as one of the largest bookmakers in the world, has the kind...

    Provided By IBS Publishing

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Schroders: Testing Times

    Automating the testing process for a core system upgrade seems to be a logical step. Swiss private bank, Schroders, has done just this as the pilot site for Temenos' new upgrade tool. Replacing the core system is widely regarded as one of the most challenging projects for a bank's IT...

    Provided By IBS Publishing

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    National Grid: Electric Currency

    National Grid will soon be 20 years old. Growing out of the Central Electricity Generating Board, it was part of the commanding heights of the British economy which were progressively privatised by the last Conservative government. In 1990 the new, privately owned, Regional Electricity Companies were given ownership of the...

    Provided By IBS Publishing

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    First Malaysian Ringgit Trader Live on RTFX

    CIMB Bank, the commercial banking arm of CIMB Group in Malaysia, has become the first Ringgit market-maker to go live on Thomson Reuters' RTFX (Reuters Trading for Foreign Exchange) platform. The Ringgit is currently non-tradable outside of Malaysia, the central bank remaining averse to freely allowing the currency to be...

    Provided By IBS Publishing

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Hellenic Bank Ventures Into Russia

    The Moscow-based subsidiary of Cypriot financial group, Hellenic Bank, has become its first foreign entity to be launched as a fully-fledged bank, not just a representative office or a branch (which it has in abundance in Greece). In Russia, Hellenic will focus on lending to the SME sector. The first...

    Provided By IBS Publishing