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Avaloq signs first Taiwan-based client

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Avaloq has signed its first client in Taiwan, one of the largest Taiwanese commercial banks with more than 150 branches throughout the country. Besides its home market, the bank also offers private banking services in Hong Kong and Singapore.The new client is aiming to implement Avaloq’s award-winning wealth management solution in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The Avaloq solution will give the bank a robust and scalable digital banking solution that will enable it to grow its private banking business in the different locations.

  
Imad Abou Haidar, Avaloq’s Head of Asia, says: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome the first Taiwanese client to the Avaloq Community. It is a privilege to enter this sophisticated market with such a strong and well-established partner on the ground. Our own local presence in Singapore, Hong Kong and Manila will help us to provide the bank and its clients throughout the region with an outstanding digital user and customer experience.”

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