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Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL)
Bangladesh has a population of 160 million, but only 13% of the country´s citizens have a bank account. Identifying a need to support the economic development of the country, Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL) set out to enable customers in rural Bangladesh to establish bank accounts on their mobile devices.
With Australia’s largest banking customer base (13 million customers), Commonwealth Bank of Australia leads in both household deposits and home lending. To become an even greater customer-centric bank, Commonwealth is transforming their transactional banking system and supply chain management processes with solutions from SAP.
Aareal Bank, a leading international property specialist listed in Deutsche Boerse’s MDAX index, offers structured property financing, consulting, and services for the housing and commercial property industry in Europe, North America, and Asia/Pacific.
In South Africa, 10 million people have been unable to have day-to-day banking services because they need proof of residency. Standard Bank of South Africa uses mobile technology to welcome the unbanked into the banking sector.
Butterfield Bank provides financial services across the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, London, Guernsey, Switzerland, and Bermuda. Butterfield offers retail and corporate banking, private banking, asset management, personal trust, and other specialist services to meet the needs of each market.
Nationwide wanted to launch a new range of flexible products to help achieve a 10% share of the UK current account market by 2015, so embarked on a five-year core banking transformation program, with the first UK implementation of SAP Transactional Banking applications from the SAP for Banking suite of solutions.