More NewsReserve Bank of Australia Implement OpenLink’s Findur Solution

Reserve Bank of Australia Implement OpenLink's Findur Solution

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has licensed OpenLink’s Findur solution to support the bank’s financial market operations across front-, middle-, and back-office functions. Findur, a multi-market trading, risk, and operations solution is currently in production at several central banks. RBA will implement Findur as a replacement solution for multiple in-house systems, creating a single, integrated IT platform for its dealing functionality, risk control, operations, and accounting, as well as settlement processing. OpenLink also announced that it has opened its Sydney, Australia office.

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