London
23 December 2016
Reporter: Becky Butcher
SEB selects new back-office platform
SEB has selected SimCorp Dimension as its new back-office platform for transaction processing, reconciliations, settlement, accounting and derivatives processing.

SimCorp Dimension, which is already in use at SEB’s Danish branch, will now be implemented by a subscription-based licence agreement on a larger scale across its business.

Lau Jeppesen, vice president at SimCorp Nordic, said: “[SEB] recognise that having technology that allows you to operate efficiently and with agility in the market is key to continued growth. We are proud to have been selected as their partner.”

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