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Finantix to power HSBC’s wealth management portal

Finantix has announced that its Finantix Components solution has been selected by HSBC Private Banking in a bid to fuel its client wealth management portal.

According to the supplier, the solution will provide HSBC with business logic, insights, user journey standards and core banking platform interfaces. It has been extended to other markets where HSBC Private Banking operates.

Alessandro Tonchia, the co-founder of Finantix, said: “We are proud to have delivered a powerful, scalable and client-focused global solution. HSBC Private Banking built the portal incorporating Finantix Components APIs and, in doing so, are creating a consistent, modern omni-device experience, easy and secure self-service access to accounts, portfolio information and analytics.”

Recently,  Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has selected Finantix’s AI-powered KYC Solution in a bid to accelerate the bank’s client onboarding and KYC process

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