Ping An Bank has implemented the Fiserv solution for asset/liability management (ALM), liquidity management and funds transfer pricing.
Ping An’s selection of Fiserv was based on the combination of strong product technology as well as deep subject matter expertise. As part of the implementation plan, Fiserv presented educational courses on asset/liability management, funds transfer pricing and risk adjusted return on capital (RAROC) to the bank’s board of directors, senior management, managers and users.
“We chose Fiserv for its ALM, liquidity management and funds transfer pricing expertise – as well as its responsiveness and availability,” said Li Xu Ping, head of the ALM department, Ping An Bank. “We were also very pleased with Fiserv’s strong implementation, integration and project management capabilities and resources.”
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