Julius Baer has selected Crealogix and its Digital Hub solution, becoming the latter’s first Swiss private banking client.
Crealogix says its solution can help the bank offer “holistic solutions digitally”.
The main features of the hub involve a revamp of digital banking functions like document management, push notifications, securities and payments.
Crealogix adds its system can create a harmonisation between middle and front office technologies and create “digital leaders”.
Oliver Weber, the vendor’s CEO, says the Digital Hub can “create a bridge” between Julius Baer’s existing infrastructure and its new applications.
He adds: “This collaboration with our first private bank also confirms the market demand for a flexible, modular and future-proof platform.”
Julius Baer has been quiet on the systems front for a few years. Its last go-live occurred in May 2018, when it gave Temenos’ wealth management system WealthSuite the green light in Hong Kong and Singapore.
FinTech Futures reported on the start of a major core banking replacement underway at the firm in 2015. It tapped Cognizant to complete a similar revamp in the APAC region in 2018.