Westpac Banking Corp., Australia, has licensed ATM, debit card, POS and telephone banking software from Euronet Worldwide, Leawood, Kan., for its Pacific operations.
Taishin International Bank, Taiwan; National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia; China Everbright Bank; National Bank of Kazakhstan; and Dubai Bank, United Arab Emirates, have licensed core banking technology from HP, Palo Alto, Calif.
HDFC Bank, India, has installed TreasuryTrader, a high-volume trading system from SunGard Trading Systems, Calabasas, Calif.
ABN AMRO, Netherlands, is testing AskMe Enterprise, a knowledge management system from AskMe, Seattle, to consolidate customer relationship management expertise in its wholesale, consumer and commercial operations.
Abbey National, United Kingdom, is using OptiCa$h, a currency management system from Transoft International, Cary, N.C.
Amalgamated Bank of South Africa has licensed activebank2, a trading and market risk system from Financial Objects, United Kingdom, for its Singapore operations.
Westdeutsche Landesbank, Germany, has contracted with Citibank, New York, for continuous linked settlement (CLS) services for foreign exchange transactions.
National Australia Bank is using document management software from Docucorp, Dallas, for client communications in its U.K.-based financial planning and investment service.
SWIFT, Belgium, has begun a two-year migration to SWIFTNet FIN, an IP-based financial messaging system.