Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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New Frontier Group partners with Mambu to improve its digital banking...

Banking solution provider New Frontier Group has partnered with SaaS banking engine developer Mambu to improve its digital banking offering. Read more: fintech.global

Lindsay Goldberg sells stake in Crane Currency for $800m

Private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg has sold Crane Currency, a developer of security technology for money, to Crane Co. for $800m. Read more: fintech.global

Top tier US bank cash management tech revamp

A top tier US-based bank is modernising its global cash management ops with technology from Temenos and Finastra. Read More: www.bankingtech.com

Microsoft looks to secure clouds with Project Cerberus

Microsoft is looking to make cloud infrastructure safer at the hardware level with a new offering called “Project Cerberus”. Read More: www.bankingtech.com

Revolut to bring processing in-house

Revolut is building its own in-house processor, following a string of outages caused by its current third party provider. Read More: www.bankingtech.com

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust adapts Jack Henry Silverlake

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has implemented new core banking software, Jack Henry & Associates’ Silverlake, provided on an outsourced basis. Read More: www.bankingtech.com

Open Banking: consent is key

 Consent has to be explicit, have a clear affirmative statement and action of intent that cannot be misinterpreted, given clearly, specific and informed. Read More: www.finextra.com

Digital investments give small banks deeper borrower pool

Community banks are spending on technology to expand without having to build new branches. Read More: www.americanbanker.com

SmartContract unveils PoC

SmartContract, which enables computable smart contracts, has unveiled a new a proof of concept for making/using smart contracts with Swift. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

10x Future Technologies closes £34m Series A

Back-office technology provider 10x Future Technologies has closed a £34m Series A round led by Ping AN Global Voyager Fund and Oliver Wyman. Read more: fintech.global