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Case Study for Longreach Group Ltd

Taiwan’s banking sector is notoriously problematic, with some 70 banks for just 22 million people, around half of them state-connected, poorly differentiated and frequently loss-making, yet resistant to consolidation. Banking investment has its own issues, with some skepticism over whether private equity owners can ever effect operational improvement.






To Longreach’s credit, what is ostensibly the first ever private equity-controlled banking transaction in Taiwan is also looking to be one of the most successful. EnTie is in many ways a typical Taiwanese bank. Founded in June 1992 and listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in 1999, EnTie is a mid-tier player, just below the local top twenty by assets. The bank is concentrated in the Greater Taipei region, with 34 of its 53 branches there, with a business well-balanced between commercial and retail banking. Learn further about Longreach Group Ltd


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Case Study for Raiffeisen Bank Aval

Raiffeisen Bank Aval is one of the leading banks in Ukraine. It provides a wide range of standard and innovative banking services through its nationwide network. Established in 1992 as Joint Stock Postal Pension Bank Aval, in 2005 it became part of Raiffeisen Bank International. The bank’s network is comprised of 934 branches located in large cities, provincial and community centers and villages throughout Ukraine.



The history and development of Raiffeisen Bank Aval’s data warehouse spans 12 years. In 1998, the bank’s IT team was asked to consolidate information from disparate operating systems in order to enable consolidated financial reporting. In those days, solving such problems did not require specialized software. Instead the first data warehouse at the bank was based on a traditional database, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE). This data warehouse was later enhanced, and is still an integral part of the bank’s overall information management system. It is currently used to generate daily analytics reports for the National Bank of Ukraine and consolidated tax accounting.



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Case Study for GRG International Ltd

GRG Banking is one of the top five manufacturers in the world for ATMs. Solutions range from entry-level, lobbystyle cash dispensers to full-function machines that include check deposits. GRG International is a strategic partner providing services to banks and merchants in Asia, North America, Europe and Australian regions.



Business Challenge: ATMs are dependent on a secure network and platform. As GRG began to enter the Australian market, it was necessary for the company to identify a reliable partner that could support its ATM network requirements. GRG needed a reliable solution that could facilitate its ATM deployments throughout Australia.



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Case Study for Raiffeisenbank

Raiffeisenbank is part of the Austria-based Raiffeisen group of banks that has more than 53,000 employees in central, eastern, and south-eastern Europe. In 2001, the bank opened its first branch in Serbia. It has since become the country’s leading bank and was the first to offer many advanced services to Serbian customers. It launched the Visa Virtuon card for Internet shopping, which led to a consumer e-banking service, and later offered the Visa revolving credit card, which offered travelling customers credit in Serbia and abroad. Read further..







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A Case Study on Internet Banking: Banco do Brasil

Imagine living in a country where electronic voting is universal, there are 39 million Internet users, and 25 million of them are also Internet banking users. Welcome to Brazil, whose online banking services and lessons-learned were presented to attendees at the RSA Conference on Tuesday.



According to Maria Aarao of security vendor Certisign Certificadora Digital, Brazilian banks benefit from a country where Internet usage is high and the government actively supports electronic services – and security. Brazilians vote and pay their income taxes online, and the Internet banking marketplace has existed since 1995. Among the most common services used by commercial and consumer customers today. Read more..

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A Case Studies for Bank of Communications China

The Bank of Communications China (BOCC) is the country’s first national shareholding commercial bank, and the first China-based commercial bank listed publicly outside of the nation’s mainland. Today, the Bank of Communications is one of the top five leading banks in China and has more than 2,800 branches covering more than 80 major cities in China. The Bank of Communications also has overseas branches in Hong Kong, New York, Tokyo, Singapore and representative offices in London and Frankfurt. Click here to read more…

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Case Study on Heritage Bank

With a history going back to 1875, Heritage is an authorised deposit-taking institution under the Banking Act, similar to banks, building societies and credit unions. Toowoomba-based Heritage is a mutual company, owned by its members rather than shareholders, so instead of pursuing massive profits, its focus is on putting People First. Click here to read more…

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Case Study on Kingdom Bank Limited (United Kingdom)

We compare the investment activities and sources of finance of venture capital (VC) funds in Germany, Israel, Japan and the UnitedKingdom. VC investments differ across countries in terms of their stage, sector and geographical focus. Sources of VC funds also differ across countries; for example, banks are particularly important in Germany and Japan, corporations in Israel, and pension funds in the UnitedKingdom. Although the differences in investments are related to funding sources—for example, bank and pension fund-backed VCs invest in later stage activities than individual and corporate backed funds—a large proportion of variation within as well as between countries is unrelated to sources of finance. Read more..

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Lean Six Sigma for the services industry

We have seen banks use Lean Six Sigma to support their growth strategy; financial services companies to put mergers back on track; energy companies to lower costs; telecommunications companies to improve customer service; and retailers to increase efficiency while boosting customer service in the store.
Companies that are yielding the biggest gains from Lean Six Sigma are deploying an upfront diagnostic X-ray to help them identify the most critical opportunities. Performed by a small advance team of black belts, the diagnostic X-ray consists of three steps
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Case Studies on A Teller Management System: Bridgewater Bank

Bridgewater Savings Bank: Similar to most banks, the nine location Massachusetts based Bridgewater Savings Bank (BSB) had an enormous amount of transaction data in their core system that went unused. Without a methodology to turn this data into useable business intelligence, it just took up server space. With the help of FMSI’s Teller Management System™ (TMS), BSB was able to employ a new methodology for utilizing their valuable transaction data and improved their teller productivity by 23%—resulting in a $0.23 drop in labor cost per transaction. Click here to read more…

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