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Banif Bank Malta in business, ops and tech shake-up
Malta-based Banif Bank is harbouring ambitious growth plans and is looking to modernise its technology enterprise-wide, front-to-back office as a key part of this strategy. Last year, Banif invested in a new payments platform, Pelican Transaction Banking, from specialist supplier Pelican (formerly ACE Software Solutions).
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Open banking: How can banks thrive not just survive?
01 AUGUST 2017
New European opening banking regulation, Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is set to tear up the banking industry rulebook and recreate it again.
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Pelican launches ‘plug-and-play’ open banking API tool
18 JULY 2017
A ‘plug-and-play’ opening banking API solution has been launched by Pelican, a global payments and compliance systems provider for banks and corporates.
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Pelican awarded 2017 Global Payments Innovation Award
12 JULY 2017
Frost & Sullivan has awarded the 2017 Global Payments Lifecycle New Product Innovation Award to Pelican for its innovative Payments and Compliance platform.
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Third-party providers come under PSD2 scrutiny
22 JUNE 2017
Open banking is a simple-sounding concept—the rules around it, however, are anything but.
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Trade-based money laundering: not just a bank’s burden
15 MAY 2017
US regulators are clamping down on trade-based money laundering, but they should look further than banks to combat the practice.
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GT Review
New money laundering prevention tool launched
02 MAY 2017
Payments and compliance system provider Pelican has launched a trade-based money laundering (TBML) detection solution incorporating artificial intelligence.
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Sanctions compliance complacency – is your organisation at risk?
APRIL 2017
For many companies, the failure to keep fully compliant with expanding sanctions, regulations and procedures can be a fateful mistake.
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Failing to prepare is preparing to fail
MARCH 2017
In today’s environment of increased cyber-attacks and payments fraud, there is a temptation to focus on protecting global financial flows from the most recent fraud or hack.
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Payments fraud – is the arms race against the criminals winnable?
01 MARCH 2017
The almost unceasing reports of major cyber hacks should be incentive enough to ensure that financial institutions reassess existing fraud protection for their payments systems
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