The Tunisian Foreign Bank (TF Bank) has selected Temenos T24 (T24) as part of a growth strategy to extend its services and branch network throughout Europe. TF Bank is a universal bank incorporated under the laws of France and headquartered in Paris for European-based Tunisian capital. It aims to provide financial leverage to Tunisians residing abroad – both private and corporate clients – and to European investors.
The bank already uses the Regulation, Surfi and Basel II modules from former core banking vendor Viveo, which was acquired by Temenos in December 2009. Following the successful integration of the acquisition, the bank has opted to implement T24 as its core platform.
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