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Banking

Ohpen gets FCA authorisation to operate in the UK

The Dutch fintech and outsourcing provider is aiming to challenge incumbents February 1, 2017: Ohpen has gained approval from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to carry out its regulated activities in the United Kingdom (UK). The approval enables Ohpen to provide its software and outsourcing services to asset managers, banks and insurance companies in the...
Banking

ING to shed 7,000 jobs

Jobs cuts to mainly take place in Belgium and The Netherlands IFM Correspondent October 4, 2016: Dutch bank ING, the country’s biggest lender, announced plans to shed 7,000 jobs, mainly in Belgium and The Netherlands. The plan is part of cost cutting measure for the company, which will help it save $1.01 billion by 2021....
Banking

KBL epb expands UK and Dutch operations

Announces acquisition of Insinger de Beaufort April 14, 2016 : KBL European Private Bankers (KBL epb) – a pan-European network of private banks, present in the UK via its affiliate Brown Shipley – announced that it has entered into a preliminary agreement to acquire Insinger de Beaufort, a leading private bank in the Netherlands that...