Banque Delubac & Cie goes live with Finastra to launch its instant payments offering

Date:

Share post:

Finastra, a global provider of financial software applications and marketplaces, announces that Banque Delubac & Cie, an independent financial institution offering specialist banking services, has launched its instant payments offering with Finastra Payments To Go. With the SaaS solution implemented, the bank can provide other institutions with access to Europe’s TARGET Instant Payments Settlements, while future-proofing its business to respond quickly to changing demands. The solution will also help the bank deliver faster innovation and drive business growth.

“Customers expect to make and take payments instantly, seamlessly and securely, 24/7,” said Djillali Ouadah, Head of Correspondent Banking at Banque Delubac & Cie. “As transaction volumes continue to grow, we will provide a highly reliable payment processing solution to facilitate instant payments, without compromising security. Finastra’s industry expertise and robust solution has given us the agility and scalability required to keep pace with customer demands, while ensuring that we continue to deliver the best possible user experience.”

Payments To Go provides end-to-end payment processing as a scalable SaaS model, enabling banks to accelerate their instant payments services roll out and deliver flexible digital payment offerings faster and more efficiently. By reducing complexity and operational costs, institutions can implement new offerings such as compliance with the proposed EU instant payments regulation and drive business growth. Tightly integrated with Finastra’s Financial Messaging Gateway for direct access to multiple payment rails, the solution has provided the bank with easy, frictionless and more affordable access to TIPS.

Also Read: How Decentralized Finance will Disrupt Financial Sector

“Payment services providers in all 27 countries in the EU, will soon be required by regulation to enable the sending and receiving of instant payments, any time or day,” said Sylvie Boucheron-Saunier, Global Chief Revenue Officer, Payments at Finastra. “Our solution has enabled Banque Delubac & Cie to provide its customers with access to faster, more transparent and inclusive payment services. The rapid time to value and our close collaboration has ensured that the solution meets the bank’s needs and ambitions for success.”

TalkFintech Bureau
TalkFintech Bureauhttps://talkfintech.com
TalkFintech is focused on the latest financial sector technologies and tools- covering all tech used by banks, investors, insurance, and wealth management sectors- and also conversations on retail financial management tools.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

spot_img

Related articles

Trading Technologies acquires ATEO to expand its post-trade solutions in global markets

Trading Technologies, a global capital markets technology company, has acquired ATEO SAS, a provider of post-trade solutions for...

Fiserv seeks to acquire Shift4 Payments – Reuters

According to Reuters, Fiserv is competing with Amadeus IT Group for the acquisition of payment processor Shift4 Payments. Shift4,...

Oliver Wyman announces acquisition of Innopay

Oliver Wyman, a management consulting firm and a Marsh McLennan business, has announced the completion of its acquisition...

How FinTech-Bank Partnership Can Redefine Digital Banking

As the digital payment ecosystem evolves, banks recognize the importance of partnering with FinTech companies. However, many of...