April 24, 2003

HomeStreet Bank, Seattle, and Roebling Bank, Roebling, N.J., have contracted with Open Solutions, Glastonbury, Conn., for core banking services.

Sandy Spring Bank, Olney, Md., has licensed Web banking satisfaction software from ForeSee Results, Ann Arbor, Mich.

EMC Mortgage, Dallas, has installed PredatorAnalyzer, an anti-predatory lending compliance system from ComplianceEase, San Francisco.

Charter One Bank, Cleveland, has contracted with CenterOne Financial Services, Deerfield Beach, Fla., to manage the proactive and vehicle remarketing of its automobile leasing portfolio.

JP Morgan Chase, New York, has sold the proprietary rights to Arrakis, a wealth management analytics tool, to RiskMetrics, New York.

Great Southwest Mortgage, Scottsdale, Ariz., has installed the Integrated Desktop Messaging system from EasyLink Services, Edison, N.J., to convert loan applications from fax to e-mail.

Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, has licensed OpenClose Wholesale MTG, a Web-based mortgage processing system from Mortgage Connect, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Prosperity Bank, Houston, is installing Vision, a core banking system from Precision Computer Systems, Sioux Falls, S.D.

Native American Bank, Denver, has contracted with SEI Investments, Oaks, Pa., for outsourced trust accounting services.

First Regional Bank, Los Angeles, has added online check imaging to its Web-based banking services using technology from Online Resources, McLean, Va.