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Temenos inks deal with Egyptian National Post – FinTech Futures

Egyptian National Post Organisation (ENPO) has selected Swiss technology firm Temenos and its T24 Transact core banking system, replacing 20 legacy systems in the process....
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Nium powers cross-border payments for Cambodia’s PhillipBank – FinTech Futures

Nium, the recently-rebranded digital cross-border payments platform, has announced that it will power cross-border payments for the clients of PhillipBank, one of Cambodia’s fast-growing banking...
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Standard Chartered taps Quantexa to boost AML controls – FinTech Futures

Standard Chartered is aiming to boost its financial crime detection systems by partnering with contextual intelligence firm Quantexa. Standard Chartered has been fined heavily over...
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Westpac partners with 10x Future Technologies to build new platform – FinTech Futures

Australian bank Westpac has signed an agreement with UK vendor 10x Future Technologies to build a standalone banking-as-a-service platform. Westpac also plans to make a...
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The challenges for banks and fintechs when building a partnership – FinTech Futures

Partnerships are the buzzword of the moment – the term has become a catch-all used to describe a wide range of relationships – between banks...