More NewsRZB Selects Wall Street To Provide Integrated, Front-To-Back Global Treasury System

RZB Selects Wall Street To Provide Integrated, Front-To-Back Global Treasury System

Raiffeisen Zentralbank (RZB), the central institution of one of Austria’s largest banking groups, has chosen The Wall Street System treasury engine to support its treasury and cash management operations enterprise-wide. RZB, headquartered in Vienna, has branches in New York, London, Singapore and Beijing, and runs a network of 13 banks throughout Central and Eastern Europe. The bank is implementing the FX, Money Markets, FX OTC Options, Futures and Options and Interest Rate Derivatives modules for the front office across all of these locations. Additional Wall Street Systems treasury engine back office modules, including settlement, confirmation, credit and accounting functionality, will be installed at the bank’s head office in Vienna.

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