Insourcing retailbanking transactions - conovus - Beratung für Banken und Finanzdienstleister
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Insourcing retailbanking transactions

About This Project

Insourcing retailbanking transactions for a german bank

Project Scope:

  • The aim of the project is to insource the securities settlement of the retail banking business of a major German bank into existing securities settlement systems such as GEOS, MBS, RaQuest

Project Results:

  • Documentation of the test case execution and its results in the HP ALM concept of securities clearing and settlement processes
  • Creation of functional descriptions and training concepts of the securities settlement system GEOS of the Vendor SDS
  • Support in the test design across all test phases (integration tests, system tests, acceptance tests) according to the ISTQB standard
  • Planning, analysis, execution and control of the tests, both for existing and newly implemented processes in the area of Clearing & Settlement, SWIFT and Asset Servicing / Corporate Actions

Customer Value:

  • Gain an important client for securities settlement
  • Increase in existing transaction volumes
  • Synergy effects through existing client processing

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