Finastra unlocks the potential of people and businesses in finance, creating a platform for open innovation. Formed in 2017 by the merger of Misys and D+H, we provide the broadest portfolio of financial services software in the world today—spanning retail banking, transaction banking, lending, and treasury & capital markets. Our solutions enable customers to deploy mission critical technology on premises or in the cloud. Our scale and geographical reach means we can serve customers effectively, regardless of their size or geographic location—from global financial institutions, to community banks and credit unions. Through our open, secure and reliable solutions, customers can accelerate growth, optimize cost, mitigate risk and evolve to meet the changing needs of their customers.

Company Insights

Hyper-connected corporate banking and the drive to digitise

9th October 2017

There is a widening gap between the winners and losers in corporate banking. Three principles guide the highest performers: a focus on connecting platforms and ecosystems, the desire to embrace innovation and an obsession with the customer. To increase the corporate wallet share, digital corporate banking strategies must keep the right balance...
Payments-Platform-as-a-Service: A sea-change in payments hub delivery

23rd March 2017

Dagan Osovlansky, Group Leader, Product Management, D+H Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is now a standard delivery model across many industries—even financial services firms, representing a major shift in perspective.  The payments space, in particular, shows signs of further evolution of the delivery model. Banks and financial...
Banking on world trade: Driving global financial inclusion

20th March 2017

Simon Paris, President, Misys We are at a critical moment in history. After many years of globalisation and global free trade, we’re now witnessing a significant slowdown, as compared to GDP growth. In fact, 2016 was the fifth consecutive year of trade growth below 3%. On the edge of a major reversal and a possible dismantling of the trade...
Financial services trends: Combatting the unexpected in 2017

9th January 2017

If 2016 has taught us anything, it is that across politics, business and even popular culture, one of the few things we can predict with confidence is unpredictability. It means that, as we kick off the new year, innovation and agility must be front of mind to help financial services organisations manage the changing environment so as to anticipate...
Looking to the future: How does the payments landscape stack up

26th September 2016

The payments and banking landscape has changed dramatically since 2008. Gone are the secret society days of banks determining and driving customers to specific mapped out products with zero transparency. There’s also been a clampdown on huge profit margins and fees for many services, with the focus shifting towards greater accountability....
Innovation in global payments and succumbing to an inevitable “faster” future

24th March 2015

General consumers and businesses have embraced the “always connected and available” digital world.  While the speed, convenience and low cost one enjoys in digital commerce is no longer noteworthy; the payments industry has not kept pace. Finally, all that is changing. In the last decade, the momentum behind “Immediate...
Sibos 2013 Preview Blog: Why the Bank Payment Obligation (BPO) will be a hot topic in Dubai

3rd September 2013

Prior to the commencement of the Sibos 2013 trade show organised by SWIFT in Dubai, UAE, on 16-19 September, David Hennah, head of product management at Misys examines what he thinks will be one of the ‘hot topics’ at this year’s event - the Bank Payment Obligation (BPO). In the past I have characterised the Letter of...
Proposal for an intraday liquidity regulation: the crack in the supervisory wall is to be closed

9th October 2012

By Mariusz Podsiadlo - Head of Product Management, Misys Global Risk – Liquidity The aftermath of the credit crisis has seen a flurry of regulatory activity, especially in the previously ignored area of liquidity risk: the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published its ‘Principles for Sound Liquidity Risk Management and...
Escaping the walled garden
Escaping the walled garden

9th November 2011

Non-traditional players are stealing the banking agenda. To stay relevant, financial services organisations need to start delivering genuinely innovative and useful services based on the best of mobile technology and social media.By Tim Tyler, solution director, Social and Mobile, MisysFor all the talk of online banking, the exciting role of mobile...
Banks lean on their transactions business
Banks lean on their transactions business

14th September 2011

By Olivier Berthier, solutions director, Transaction Banking, Misys The term transaction banking, although increasingly common, is not yet fully defined within the industry. Different banks have their own interpretations, with a number of business lines potentially coming under the umbrella. Despite this ambiguity, there are two key pillars on...