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Jun 20

Deutsche Bank Moves Reconciliation Services to SmartStream to Further Improve Processing and Reduce Costs

Deutsche Bank Moves Reconciliation Services to SmartStream to Further Improve Processing and Reduce Costs

(AETOS Wire) -- As part of its transformation strategy, Deutsche Bank has selected SmartStream Technologies’ Centre of Excellence (CoE) to provide an off-site operations platform - including three services which will allow the bank to streamline, simplify and reduce the costs of its reconciliations environment. With the growth in volume of reconciliations, the processing of large quantities of data has become complex. Many financial institutions are exploring utilities to ensure accuracy and cost savings. With the addition of the......

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Jun 09

 A.M. Best Affirms Credit Ratings of Bankers Assurance S.A.L.

A.M. Best Affirms Credit Ratings of Bankers Assurance S.A.L.

A.M. Best has affirmed the Financial Strength Rating of B++ (Good) and the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of “bbb” of Bankers Assurance S.A.L. (Bankers) (Lebanon). The outlook of these Credit Ratings (ratings) is stable.

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Jun 04

Moody’s Analytics Helps Lenders Make Smarter, Faster Decisions with Enhanced CreditLens™ Solution

Moody’s Analytics Helps Lenders Make Smarter, Faster Decisions with Enhanced CreditLens™ Solution

(AETOS Wire) -- Moody’s Analytics, a global provider of financial intelligence, has enhanced its CreditLens™ platform with a release of functionality that provides easy access to financial data on banks around the globe, and new covenant and enhanced collateral monitoring capabilities. The CreditLens software supports our clients’ automation and digitization initiatives to enhance their lending decisions and growth objectives. Among the new capabilities is the integration of data from Bureau van Dijk, acquired last year......

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May 31

Lebanon central bank sells $3 billion in Eurobonds

Lebanon central bank sells $3 billion in Eurobonds

Lebanon's central bank said on Tuesday it sold $3.022 billion of Eurobonds, more than three times the $1 billion it had planned to sell, with demand from local investors high.

The central bank, which this month said it intended to sell $2 billion of Eurobonds over the coming"...

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May 30

Lebanon central bank says sells $3bln in Eurobonds

Lebanon central bank says sells $3bln in Eurobonds

Lebanon's central bank said on Tuesday it sold $3.022 billion of Eurobonds, more than three times the $1 billion it had planned to sell, with demand from local investors high.

The central bank, which this"...

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