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Bank of Ireland licenses IBSnet; Fortis Bank taps FXall Connect from Cognotec; Zuercher Kantonalbank selects mySAP Banking.

Bank of Ireland has licensed IBSnet, a trade finance system from Surecomp, Toronto.

Fortis Bank, Belgium, has tapped FXall Connect from Cognotec, Ireland.

Zuercher Kantonalbank, Switzerland, has selected mySAP Banking, a business integration system from SAP, Germany.

Intelligent Processing Solutions, United Kingdom, has licensed Exceptions Express, a back-office solution from Carreker, Dallas, for its check processing operations.

Bank of Scotland has licensed electronic payments software from Bottomline Technologies, Portsmouth, N.H.

Yapi Kredi Bank, Turkey, has contracted with NCR, Dayton, Ohio, for hardware maintenance and support for its Personas ATMs.

Garanti Bank, Turkey, will act as a merchant acquirer for JCB, Japan.

Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany, has activated the Central Banking platform from Trema, Sweden.

Bank of Butterfield, Bermuda, has installed BM+ RECS, an automated reconciliation and exception processing system from IDOM Consulting, United Kingdom.

Bank of Bermuda is negotiating with EDS, Plano, Texas, for banking systems and servicing of existing IT systems.

Banco Itau, Brazil, has agreed to promote a co-branded online service with AOL Latin America, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to its retail customers.

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