BOCIL private banking now on T24
Bank of China International Limited (BOCIL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank of China International (BOCI), has launched private banking operations in
“We are delighted to be part of BOCIL’s success as they make headway in the
Metrobank chooses Misys for its
Philippines-based Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (Metrobank) has licensed Misys’s Opics Plus 2.1 solution for its operations in
“We are delighted to be able to work alongside such a long-standing customer as Metrobank and help the business to expand its operations into China where we are seeing great traction for our products and services,” said Lee Boon Huat, Asia-Pacific managing director of Misys, in a statement. “This is an exciting agreement for Misys and we look forward to helping Metrobank take advantage of our leading technology in its Chinese operations.”
Trayport and 3i Infotech win
The Jakarta Futures Exchange has gone live with a new integrated trading, surveillance and risk management system provided by Trayport Exchange Systems and 3i Infotech. Trayport has already been providing the exchange with its GlobalVision Exchange Trading SystemSM since the beginning of August and this has now been integrated with 3i Infotech’s Awacs surveillance and risk management system.
“The new exchange trading platform allows us to monitor clients’ positions and margin management, market exposure and trading limits,” said Lukas Lauw, head of trading and IT at Jakarta Futures Exchange, in a statement. “We are pleased with the way the systems have been deployed so quickly and effectively. The support by both Trayport and 3i Infotech has been first rate and allowed us to make the change much more easily.”
New real-time features for Hong Kong RTGS
The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift), the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and Hong Kong Interbank Clearing Limited (HKICL) have completed the migration of clearing house automated transfer system (Chats) payments to Swift. Swift’s InterAct and Browse have also been added to the teal-time gross settlement platform.
“Our decision to move from a proprietary platform to Swift has been a success for our participating banks because they are able to use one uniform standard to process domestic and international payment messages since phase 1 migration,” said Eddie Yue, deputy chief executive of HKMA, in a statement. “The complete migration further facilitates the interoperability between domestic and international messages, which are conducive to the further development of the multi-currency and multi-dimensional platform in