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Openbank, a digital banking subsidiary of Santander, has made its new core banking system decision – the bank has opted for Temenos T24. Infosys with its Finacle offering lost out in the final.

Guatemala-based Federacion Nacional de Cooperativas de Ahorro y Credito (Fenacoac) has selected Temenos’ RetailSuite core banking platform for its 25 co-operatives that operate under the brand Micoope.

UAE-based Arab Bank for Investment and Foreign Trade (Al Masraf) is modernising its front-to-back office technology with Temenos.

Sofgen, a Switzerland-based IT consultant and integrator in the financial services and banking space, is undergoing major organisational restructuring.

UK-based Private & Commercial Finance Group (PCFG) has had its banking licence restrictions lifted. The licence was granted in late 2016 and required the bank to undertake a number of actions before the restrictions could be removed – such as developing an enhanced governance framework and implementing new technology platforms.

State Bank of Vietnam (SVB), the country’s central bank, is live with new core banking system, Temenos’ T24. The bank has also implemented Oracle ERP (accounting and budgeting) and Tibco’s middleware.

Inlaks, a banking software provider in Nigeria and West Africa, has built a core banking solution together with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for the country’s microfinance sector.

Finland-based Aktia Bank has completed “the full-scale implementation” of its new core banking system, Temenos’ T24.

Myanmar-based Co-operative Bank (CB Bank) is planning an upgrade of its core banking system, Temenos’ T24, and is looking for a Temenos partner to assist it with the project.

Skipton International, an offshore bank based in Guernsey (Channel Islands), has made a decision to modernise its core tech with Temenos’ T24.