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The Need for Differentiated Commercial Lending Offerings Drives Rand Merchant Bank to Select FIS’ ACBS Solution

  • RMB gains enterprise-scale origination, servicing and reporting functionality with FIS’ ACBS solution.
  • ACBS is the industry’s premiere commercial lending solution, supporting more than 50 of the world’s top financial institutions and processing more than one million transactions on a daily basis.

South Africa-based Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) has chosen to deploy the Advanced Commercial Banking System(ACBS) from FIS™, the world’s largest provider of banking and payments technology, to support its growing African Corporate Lending Business.

Making the switch from an in-house solution to ACBS provides RMB with the flexibility to manage a broad spectrum of commercial lending products, including bilateral, syndicated or traded loans. ACBS will provide RMB a simple, functionally rich and efficient loan process.

ACBS is a comprehensive, enterprise-scale origination and servicing solution for commercial and corporate loan portfolios. Lenders across the globe are constantly required to stay competitive in an ever changing industry; with ACBS, FIS clients process more than one million transactions daily, keeping them not only competitive but leaders in the commercial lending space.

“This new relationship with RMB is very exciting as it underscores the trust and confidence commercial clients have in FIS,” said Richard Levy, president ACBS, FIS. “ACBS is an industry-leading solution that creates greater efficiency across the entire origination, syndication and administration process. FIS remains committed to providing products and solutions that move our clients and their customers forward.”

Headquartered in Johannesburg, Rand Merchant Bank is the investment banking arm of FirstRand Bank Limited and is one of the leading investment banks. RMB has a geographical footprint across 35 African countries, the UK, India, China and the Middle East.