SingaporeFeaturing IBAS PCC – Party Credit Control System.   IBAS PCC offers an automated way of helping to reduce a bank’s overall risk.

SingaporePresenting IBAS DWH – Data Warehouse Message System.  IBAS DWH makes it possible for IBAS User Banks to feed their existing data warehouse systems with data derived from every business transaction event, in real-time.

SingaporeFeaturing IBAS ELC – Embargo List Control System.  IBAS ELC provides enhanced automation of processes by linking directly to a bank’s embargo watchlists, as an integrated part of the business events.

 

SingaporeCBA presents IBAS IMG – Imaging System, an integrated part of the leading IBAS GTF – Global Trade Finance Factory.  IBAS IMG provides the necessary functionality to turn trade finance documents and contracts from paper copy to digital copy.

SingaporeRelease 10.16 of the IBAS GBF - Global Banking Factory is now implemented in CBA's IBAS User Banks.  IBAS GBF R10.16 is an important release offering our customers a host of new features, functionality and technical enhancements, as well as synchronisation with new industry standards, such as the SWIFT release in November 2011.

SingaporeThree customer banks in Iceland have extended their use of IBAS GPF Objects to manage the new clearing initiative from the Central Bank of Iceland (Seðlabanka Íslands) for clearing through the RTGS system using SWIFT FIN Y-Copy.

IUGCBA Customer Banks run autonomous IBAS User Group to discuss key banking trends and share IBAS experiences.  This year’s IBAS User Group (IUG) gathered in Helsinki, Finland in early September 2011 for its annual IBAS information exchange and user collaboration.

SingaporeIBAS GPF - Global Payments Factory was awarded the SWIFT accreditation in recognition of its compliance with the SWIFTReady criteria, its integration with the SWIFT environment, and the solution’s contribution to creating more efficient payments operations. 

CBA, a global provider of banking IT solutions and services, today announced that it has agreed to become the main sponsor of Team CBA.  Team CBA was established to help the sporting stars of today and tomorrow, and across a variety of sporting disciplines, achieve optimum results.

SingaporeA user of IBAS GPF - Global Payments Factory, OCBC Bank has been named 'World's Strongest Bank' by Bloomberg Markets 2011.

 

IBAS GTF will be implemented to handle global trade finance operations in a multi-country set-up.

AmsterdamCBA, a global provider of banking IT solutions and services, today announced that ABN AMRO Bank N.V. has selected its IBAS GTF - Global Trade Finance Factory for deployment at the bank’s headquarters in the Netherlands and across its international branches.  According to the bank, the main objective is to offer highly sophisticated and flexible trade finance services to its global customers using one single system, situated in the Netherlands.

Bridge of Size

HelsinkiFinland-based Aktia Bank overcame reservations about working with a smaller supplier and opted for CBA's IBAS GBF - Global Banking Factory.  How has it fared?  IBS Intelligence reports.

CBA, a global provider of banking IT solutions and services, today announced that it has signed a Partner Agreement with Bolero. The purpose of the co-operation is to develop the interfaces between IBAS GTF - Global Trade Finance Factory and Bolero, with Fortis Bank (Netherlands) to be the first taker. Phase 1 is for Documentary Credits and will be delivered in June 2010.  Phase 2 covers Guarantees and Phase 3 covers Documentary Collections.

OCBC Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in Asia, has signed a significant contract with Oslo-based Commercial Banking Applications AS (CBA) and its partner for Asia/Pacific, BCS Information System Pte Ltd (BCSIS), for the delivery of IBAS GPF – Global Payments Factory to the banking group.  The contract covers the full range of payments products.  The Norwegian supplier’s IBAS system will be used to run OCBC’s payment systems in Singapore and Malaysia.

Singapore – BCS Information Systems Private Limited (BCSIS) and Commercial Banking Applications AS (CBA) announced their collaboration agreement to bring the Norwegian software vendor’s banking solutions to the Asia/Pacific market.  As part of this agreement, the two companies have agreed to cooperate in the marketing and selling of CBA’s IBAS banking solutions to customers in the Asia/Pacific region.

OCBC Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in Asia, has signed a significant contract with Oslo-based Commercial Banking Applications AS (CBA) and its partner for Asia/Pacific, BCS Information System Pte Ltd (BCSIS), for the delivery of IBAS GPF – Global Payments Factory (IBAS GPF) to the banking group.  The contract covers the full range of payments products.  The Norwegian supplier’s IBAS system will be used to run OCBC’s payment systems in Singapore and Malaysia.

CBA, the Oslo based International banking automation software developer, has been chosen by Aktia Savings Bank in Finland to supply its IBAS GPF - Global Payments Factory, and also applications that include international payments, trade finance and accounting & general ledger.