Mexico-based brokerage house Actinver has chosen Misys BankFusion Universal Banking to underpin its expanding banking operations.
Actinver provides a wide range of services to corporate and institutional clients as well as retail customers. To help it to realise its strategic goals, the business was looking for the most technically advanced universal banking solution and a platform upon which to base all future growth.
The decision to choose Misys BankFusion Universal Banking was taken after a rigorous selection process, which led it to evaluate all major local and international suppliers. Misys was chosen for its process-oriented approach to building banking applications. This approach will provide Actinver with the power to model business processes accurately within the solution, ensuring maximum flexibility and speed to market for new products and services.
“The agility that BankFusion Universal Banking brings to Actinver means we can focus on providing our customers with a unique service,” said Alvaro Madero Rivero, chief executive officer (CEO) Actinver. “We saw a brand new approach in the offering from Misys that we could not find anywhere else. This innovative solution will enable us to maximise the value we give our customers as our business grows over the coming years.”
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