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Standard Chartered Bank selects Temenos’ WealthSuite platform


Standard Chartered Bank has selected Temenos’ integrated wealth management solution, WealthSuit, for deployment in more than 30 markets worldwide.

WealthSuite, which delivers back office standardisation alongside front office differentiation, combines solutions for core banking, portfolio management, channels and analytics in one platform
The deployment of one standard wealth management platform across Standard Chartered Bank’s wealth management operations in more than 30 countries will enable it to save significant hardware and maintenance costs, introduce much higher levels of automation and extract economies of scale as it grows.
The system upgrade allows for significantly enhanced customer service through faster fulfilment, better reporting and more personalisation given enhanced analytics and portfolio management capabilities. Clients can also expect better access to a suite of wealth management products and a more consistent customer experience across segments and markets.
Andreas Andreades, executive chairman at Temenos, says: “Banks across the world are making big strategic bets on the growth potential of the wealth management industry. Delivering that growth requires banks to offer a wide range of competitively-priced products and provide great customer experiences. To be successful, what will count is both a sound strategy and the technology to execute against it. With WealthSuite, our client will have the platform to sustainably differentiate its customer proposition in a highly competitive marketplace.”

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