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Dexia Bil installs Erase, an anti-money laundering system from NetEconomy; Bank of Queensland taps Fiserv CBS for core banking technology; ANZ Investment Bank installs divine MindAlign.

Dexia Bil, Luxembourg, has installed Erase, an anti-money laundering system from NetEconomy, Netherlands.

Bank of Queensland, Australia, has tapped Fiserv CBS, Orlando, Fla., for core banking technology.

ANZ Investment Bank, Australia, has installed divine MindAlign, a real-time messaging tool from divine, Chicago.

BOS, Poland, has licensed Spectrum Treasury System, a trade management system from Financial Software Systems, Willow Grove, Pa.

Wustenrot Bausparkasse, Germany, has licensed FormWare, a document capture system from Captiva Software, San Diego, to automate its mortgage operations.

Bank Turan Alem, Kazakhstan, has tapped Trade Innovation, a trade finance system from Misys-IBS, United Kingdom.

Visa EU, United Kingdom, has contracted with Fair, Isaac, San Rafael, Calif., to offer credit card fraud management software to member banks.

Raiffeisenbank, Czech Republic, has installed the reconciliation module of CityNet, a treasury system from City Networks, United Kingdom. Tatra Banka, Slovak Republic, has licensed CityNet modules for reconciliation, confirmation matching and exception processing.

International Bank of Taipei, Taiwan, has selected Corona, a trade automation system from SmartStream, United Kingdom.

Deutsche Bank, Germany, has installed instant virtual extranet technology from Neoteris, Mountain View, Calif.

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