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Monday, October 03, 2022

FinTech Australia welcomes Temenos to its corporate partner program

Global banking software company Temenos has joined FinTech Australia’s corporate partner program. It joins Facebook, Xero, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and over 21 others as the latest company to join the program.

FinTech Australia’s ecosystem partnership program helps companies collaborate with the fintech sector and foster relationships with its key players. Last year marked a new record for the program, with over 14 major companies signing up in 12 months.

A specialist in creating bank-ready technology, Temenos helps fintechs embed their solutions within major financial institutions. The company recently launched its Temenos Exchange marketplace, aimed at accelerating bank and fintech integrations.

“We welcome this partnership with Temenos as bank partnerships play an instrumental role in Australia’s fintech ecosystem. Yet ensuring emerging fintech technology is bank-grade upon launch remains a challenge for the sector,” FinTech Australia Head of Strategic Partnerships Rehan D’Almeida said.

“Temenos is tackling a key issue in the global fintech industry. So we welcome their engagement with FinTech Australia and our local ecosystem and look forward to working closely with them.”

Phillip Finnegan, Managing Director – Pacific Region, Temenos, said: “We are pleased to join FinTech Australia and are committed to open collaboration and innovation in the banking ecosystem. Temenos has developed the industry’s standard banking platform, open to fintechs in Australia to easily create solutions on top and scale across a vast banking audience that serves the banking needs of 1.2 billion people worldwide.”

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