Financial Services

Combining Regulations with Consumer Satisfaction

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Finance and banking regulations are constantly changing, as is the technology behind it. We understand the responsibilities of secure transactions and user data protection, and complying with the regulations that support this. Leveraging technology for customer safety and delivering innovative products and services to satisfy consumers’ needs, creates advantages for financial institutions. This can be a costly and time consuming process, but our solutions and processes will keep you on time and on budget, and allow you to keep talent and capital for your core business needs.

Who do we serve?

  • Accounting

  • Banking

  • Capital Markets

  • Financial Services

  • Investment Banking

  • Investment Management

  • Venture Capital & Private Equity

  • Insurance

Sample Financial Services Projects

  • Development of an internal accounting application to help simplify money transfer management for an investment management company.

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 migration and functionality improvement, as well as development of an Intranet portal for a global leader in financial services.

Case Studies

Resources

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New PSD2 directive a threat or an opportunity for banks - TEAM International
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New PSD2 directive: a threat or an opportunity for banks?

A new directive for payment regulation – PSD2 – was introduced by the EU in October 2017 in response to the increase of the digitalization…

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The number of “mobile only” bank customers is on the rise - TEAM International
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The number of “mobile only” bank customers is on the rise

Polish banks are recognized as the most digitalized in Europe. They were some of the first in Europe to invest in mobilizing their financial services;…

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IT Legal Talk GDPR - TEAM International
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CTO attends IT Legal Talk on GDPR

After 6 years in the pipeline, on May 25th the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into full effect. The GDPR is…