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Connexis runs on a real time concept based on an optimized straight through processing. The architecture of the platform ensures transaction integrity, confidentiality and authentication (digipass certificates).
Connexis launched in September 2001 in Singapore, followed by Hong Kong in November 2001 continues its deployment over Asia and is about to be launched in Northern America.
BNP Paribas is one of the first global banks in Asia to launch such an Internet solution. By strengthening the efficiency of cash management, it is an essential instrument for Treasurers who already have access to the expertise and services offered by BNP Paribas dealing rooms in Singapore and Hong-Kong.
Henri Quintard, Head of Territory for Singapore and Area manager for South East Asia confirms that "by meeting the challenge of e-banking in Singapore where innovation is quite an heritage and part of the culture, BNP Paribas intends to confirm its leading position as a foreign bank in this challenging area". Obviously, the group can rely on the "blending expertise" of the investment bank's teams in Asia Pacific as well as on its well-established presence in 12 Asian countries.
To know more about Connexis and BNP Paribas services in Asia Pacific access Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea and other Asian territory websites www.bnpparibas.com.sg, www.bnpparibas.com.hk, www.bnpparibas.co.kr. Eurofinance speech by Andrew Freris, Asia Chief economist on Asian challenges and opportunities is available here
To know more about BNP Paribas group, leading bank in France on its domestic market with solid roots in Europe, major positions in Asia, active presence in United States, operations in 85 countries and over 85 000 staff worldwide, visit www.bnpparibas.com.
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