Bankmed has more than 2,000 employees, 50 local branches, one e-Branch, five overseas offices and four banking subsidiaries. Their key mission is “to best serve and empower their customers and the society at large, to dream, innovate and grow.” Following an RFP process, the bank decided to revamp its IT infrastructure deploying completely new Core Banking, CRM and Treasury Management Platforms.
They selected Acumennet for all their treasury requirements as it was evaluated the most suitable platform to help them achieve digital transformation by increasing efficiency, control and STP. The full process is automated with the bank achieving data migration in the most turbulent times along with full support of highly experienced consultants. All processes and daily activities run smoothly without affecting the “normality” of the bank.
Acumennet has been deployed as a Front-Middle-Risk Treasury system across a comprehensive spectrum of asset classes such as Forex, Money Market, IRS and CRS, Currency Options, Futures and Options, as well as Securities. The platform was implemented in collaboration with Oracle since it has full integration to FCUBS. By selecting the award-winning Treasury Management platform, the bank is able to manage a wide range of instruments including very complex derivative structures and benefits from a robust technology infrastructure for its operations, as well as for its risk management.
As mentioned by Mr. Fouad Baalbaki, CIO at Bankmed Group “Selecting the ideal partner and consultant to deploy such a huge project was a difficult task however we managed to go live using strong technology tools for our bank without jeopardising in quality. Acumennet is the ideal Treasury Management platform for us, as well as the team that supports it, since we are able to automate our process, being ready, despite the adverse difficulties in the country and across the world, to deliver a continuous customer service and the bank being compliant to local and international standards, whilst digitally and remotely”.