The Luxembourg branch of Bank Of China Ltd chooses the Olympic Banking System
By Leandra Monteiro
May 11, 2022
- Banking API
- bank of china
ERI recently announced that Bank of China Ltd Luxembourg Branch (BOC) has signed the deployment of the OLYMPIC banking system as a new platform to support BOC’s custody and clearing business in the future.
“We are delighted and honored to have been chosen by Bank of China, especially given the demands of the evaluation process. The implementation of OLYMPIC Banking System, a modern, state-of-the-art platform, enables process optimization and thus profitable business growth, while cost-effectively meeting the ever-increasing demands of regulators,” announced Alan Goodrich, ERI Regional Sales Manager. “BOC will be able to benefit from OLYMPIC Banking System’s award-winning core strengths in efficiency and compliance, as well as its open service-oriented architecture (SOA) and API approach.
ERI is an international company specializing in the development, distribution and support of the integrated software package for real-time banking, securities custody and wealth management: OLYMPIC Banking System®. Operating in many major financial centres, ERI is present in Luxembourg, Geneva, Zurich, Lugano, London, Singapore and Paris.
ERI is focused on providing comprehensive, quality software with efficient system implementation assistance and efficient ongoing maintenance and support for customers worldwide.
More than 400 banks and financial institutions in more than 60 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia have already chosen OLYMPIC Banking System®.
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