More NewsUK’s Nationwide and Mexico’s Grupo PISA Join the IFX Forum

UK's Nationwide and Mexico's Grupo PISA Join the IFX Forum

The Interactive Financial eXchange (IFX) Forum has announced that the Nationwide Building Society, the UK’s fourth largest mortgage lender and the world’s largest building society, and Grupo Procesamiento Interactivo (Grupo PISA), a Latin American systems and technology solutions provider, have joined the Forum as corporate members. The IFX Forum is a not-for-profit standards-developing organization working to develop a robust framework for the electronic business-to-business exchange of data among financial service institutions around the world. Richard Urban, president of the IFX Forum, said: “We look forward to their active assistance in reaching our near-term objectives – especially in the area of branch banking services – and in carrying out strategies for meeting our long-term goals.”

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