More NewsLateko Bank Adopts Misys Front-to-Back Office Platform

Lateko Bank Adopts Misys Front-to-Back Office Platform

Latvian bank Lateko has chosen Misys’ OPICS to provide coverage and increase the efficiency of its front-to-back-office treasury operations. The contract provides the bank with web access that will deliver self-service and 24/7 availability to corporate customers. The single platform facilitates straight-through processing (STP) of a range of treasury instruments in real-time. According to Misys, the move will help Lateko bank to expand its customer base to new geographies and draw in larger customers.

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