Microsoft’s Financial Services group helps financial firms leverage technology to amplify the impact their people can deliver to drive business success. By helping customers in banking, capital markets/securities, and insurance, Microsoft is successful in helping customers achieve four business outcomes: develop relationships, drive innovation, improve operations, and build connections.
Leveraging Partnerships to Tackle New Industry Standards
Patrice Amann, EMEA Regional Business Lead at Microsoft, talks about big trends in the Financial industry brought about by the pandemic. These trends are pushing for innovative and agile solutions, where Microsoft can leverage the long-time partnership with Temenos, to tackle banking trends such as Baas and Cloud banking.
The trusted and future-ready cloud platform for innovative financial services
Microsoft commits to banking with bank-grade security, fast time to delivery, dynamic scale, and resiliency through the Azure datacenters. Today Microsoft is building on an extensive network of Azure clients in financial services around the globe and provides dedicated support for the financial industry, as Azure helps banks to navigate through more than 60 regions worldwide.
Temenos and Microsoft at COP27
Temenos Banking Cloud on Microsoft Azure reduces emissions by 98% compared to on-premises infrastructure. Kalliopi Chioti, Temenos Chief Marketing & Environmental, Social and Governance Officer, and Athina Chatzi attended the discussions and presented our mission to help banks with their digital transformation while providing them with the open cloud platform to transition to a global low carbon economy.
EQ Bank takes its responsibilities to customers and the wider community seriously, including in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters.
Flowe represents a groundbreaking concept that combines personal banking and environmental sustainability. Founded in 2019 by Italy’s Banca Mediolanum, the challenger bank aims to empower people to live happier and more sustainable lives.
Police Bank serves a unique purpose in Australia. Established in 1960, the member-owned bank provides lending, savings, investment, and insurance services exclusively to law enforcement personnel and their families, and workers in the justice sector.
EQ Bank launched in 2016 with a groundbreaking vision. As one of the first digital-only banks in Canada, the bank aims to reimagine how customers interact with their financial services provider, offering a smarter and more flexible alternative to the complexity and hassle of traditional banking.
For more than 40 years, ANSA Merchant Bank has played an important role in the economic development of the Caribbean. Headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, the bank provides financing, investment, and wealth management solutions to individuals, businesses and government bodies, locally and regionally.
Flowe aims to empower customers to live happier and more sustainable lives. Focusing on the Millennial and Generation Z segments, the bank looks to offer users ways to improve their finances and make a positive impact on society and the planet.
Founded in Abu Dhabi in 2016 and regulated by the Central Bank of the UAE, the company looks to provide simple, transparent, and practical alternative finance solutions—without the usual hassle and hidden costs.
Part of Taiwanese finance group SinoPac Holdings, the bank serves individual and corporate clients and also operates in China, Hong Kong, Macao, Vietnam, and the United States.
Alpian SA is a new Swiss digital bank that provides people with assets of between CHF 100,000 and 1 million with tailored private banking and wealth management services.
For 25 years, Barko Financial Services has helped low-income South Africans to improve their circumstances and personal wellbeing by providing simple, ethical, and affordable credit.
Baiduri Bank is one of the largest providers of financial products and services in Brunei, and serves diverse customer segments ranging from retail, MSMEs to corporate and institutional clients.
ATIB focuses on delivering first-class services that win growing numbers of customers, while building streamlined internal operations to attract the very best banking talents.
For Croí Laighean, the new challenge is how to create a digital presence that rivals the banking giants and emerging fintechs. To achieve this, the credit union will replace its legacy, with an agile model using Temenos community banking solution
Orange Bank Africa’s launch in the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) region aims at supporting financial inclusion, while capitalizing on digital capabilities and increasing penetration of mobile tech.