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ABN AMRO scores with MoneYou

ABN AMRO scores with MoneYoulock

The digital channels subsidiary of ABN AMRO, MoneYou, has carved a successful niche in its domestic market in the Netherlands since launching a broad range of retail banking services in 2008.


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CaixaBank and Banca Cívica merge to create Spain’s largest lender by assets

CaixaBank has bought Banca Civica for EUR977m ($1.3bn), leading to the creation of Spain’s leading financial group by assets with EUR342bn.

Metrobank Card implements FICO solution to combat fraud

Metrobank Card (MCC), a joint venture between the Philippines’ Metrobank and ANZ Bank, has implemented FICO Falcon Fraud Manager with the aim of protecting its growing base of credit card holders and mitigate losses from fraud.

Loans top retail banking related search product online, Greenlight report reveals

The majority of UK online consumer searches for retail banking-related products in January 2012 pertained to loans, with Tesco Bank and Sainsbury's Bank taking two of the top three spots in terms of visibility for loan-related products, according to the Retail Banking Sector Report- Issue 11, published by independent digital marketing agency Greenlinght.

Diebold seals UniCredit deal in Hungary

The Hungary country unit of UniCredit has rolled out new generation Diebold Opteva ATMs featuring self-service deposit.

ING Belgium teams up with Finacle

The Belgium unit of ING has selected Infosys’ Finacle solution to transform its core banking software.

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CBA launches m-banking applock

Commonwealth Bank of Australia launched its peer-to-peer mobile banking and payments platform, Commbank Kaching, in December 2011, and the app has already been downloaded 75,000 times.

Payday loans debate hots uplock

As payday loans surge in popularity across the US and Europe, leading to a mushrooming of small- and mediumsized non-bank lenders, the debate over whether big US banks offering expensive short-term loans is actually helping customers’ immediate cash needs or pushing them into further debt continues

UK AVA fees approach £2bn a yearlock

The number of packaged current accounts offered by big banks in the UK is increasing but lack of transparency and difficulties around switching current accounts make it difficult for consumers to choose the right one.

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