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Bank of Greece lives with Finance KIT; Gomoslaski Bank licenses Profile; Chinese Banking Corp. selects Content Infrastructure.

-Bank of Greece has gone live with Finance KIT, a real-time straight-through treasury management system from Trema, Sweden.

-Gomoslaski Bank, Poland, has licensed Profile, an integrated branch and ATM management platform from Sanchez Computer Associates, Malvern, Pa.

-Overseas-Chinese Banking Corp., Singapore, has selected Content Infrastructure, a Web publishing system from Interwoven, Sunnyvale, Calif.

-Bank of Cyprus has licensed IMEX, a trade finance management system from Surecomp, Toronto.

-Arab Banking Corp., Egypt, has licensed netSymbols, a suite of core banking applications from System Access, United Kingdom.

-Den Norske Bank, Norway, has re-launched its Web site using technology and services from Razorfish, New York.

-Caribbean Commercial Bank, Anguilla, and National Bank of Anguilla have installed Web@TM, a Web banking system from VCOM, Pittsburgh.

-BIG Bank Gdanski, Poland, has tapped Euronet Worldwide, Leawood, Kan., to manage its network of 400 ATMs.

-Zurcher Kantonalbank, Switzerland, has licensed PAYplus CLS, a continuous linked settlement FX system from Fundtech, Jersey City, N.J.

-Sanwa Bank, Japan, has selected Integral Platform, a capital markets trading system from Integral Development, Mountain View, Calif., to manage complex structured transactions.

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