New Name, New Products, New Offices

Lynx Financial Systems International has today (June 30 2003) announced that
it is to change its name to Lynx Wealth Management Systems with immediate
effect.

The decision to re-name the company was made to more closely reflect the
company's core area of expertise, namely, the provision of software
solutions for the offshore wealth management and private banking markets.

"Our new corporate identity signifies the latest stage in our mission to
exceed the specialist needs of our customers, not only today but in the
future too," says John Mosedale, managing director of Lynx Wealth Management
Systems.

"Our customers operate in a niche market that requires technical
sophistication combined with on-the-ground experts working closely alongside
them who understand the offshore and private banking business. As a result,
we are looking to expand our network of offices, currently based in
Southampton, Guernsey, Cayman, Dallas and the Isle of Man, with further
strategic office locations later this year."

To coincide with the rebrand, Lynx Wealth Management Systems is also
launching a new online banking and client reporting product - 4Series.net.

4Series.net has been designed in response to the growing need for trust
administrators, fund managers and private bankers to enhance existing
customer relationships with a secure on-line communication channel.

In addition, the company is enhancing its 4Series wealth management suite.
A range of enhanced modules will provide customers with additional
capability and efficiency in areas such as superior document management
integration and automated final accounts reporting.

"Our planned product and geographic developments combined with a name that
mirrors the nature of our business, reinforces our commitment to the
offshore wealth management market," concludes John Mosedale.

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