Piraeus Bank, one of Greece’s leading financial institutions, has gone live on Universal Banking from Fiserv at its Egyptian operations.
Fully supporting the Arabic language, Universal Banking is an integrated real-time solution for retail and treasury markets. Universal Banking allows large and mid-sized financial institutions to expand their range of services to corporate clients and diversify their income streams.
“Our expansion into the Egyptian banking market depended on a robust universal banking solution. Working with Fiserv, we have created a standard blueprint to expand internationally,” said Jannis Delis, group chief information officer, Piraeus Bank. “As we continue our multi-country expansion, Fiserv solutions provide us with a solid, trusted foundation and expertise in financial services.”
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