Geneva – ERI, with its OLYMPIC Banking System software package, has been crowned best in the «Transaction Processing” category by WealthBriefing, the leading online journal and news website dedicated to serving the Private Banking and Wealth Management sector.
The jury was impressed by the “overall scale and performance metrics of the winning firm “-
Showcasing ‘best of breed’ providers in the global private banking, wealth management and trusted advisor communities, the awards were designed to recognise companies which “have demonstrated innovation and excellence” during 2017.
Commenting on the award, Nicholas Hacking, Director, commented: “Winning this award again confirms ERI’s leading position in serving so many of the players in the private banking and wealth management arena”. (ERI/mc/ps)
ERI is an international company specialising in the design, development, distribution and support of the integrated, real-time banking and wealth management software package: OLYMPIC Banking System®. Operating in many of the major financial centres, ERI is present in Geneva, Zurich, Lugano, London, Luxembourg, Singapore and Paris.
ERI is focused on providing comprehensive, quality software with effective system implementation assistance and efficient on-going maintenance and support for clients worldwide. More than 300 banks and financial institutions across over 50 countries have already chosen the OLYMPIC Banking System®.
About ClearView Financial Media Ltd (“ClearView”)
ClearView Financial Media was founded by Chief Executive, Stephen Harris in 2004, to provide high quality ‘need to know’ information for the discerning private client community. London-based, but with a truly global focus, ClearView publishes the Family Wealth Report group of newswires, along with research reports and newsletters, while also running a pan-global thought-leadership events programme.
With teams based in London, Singapore, Switzerland and the Philippines, the company is one of the fastest-growing media groups serving the financial services sector.