Consumers have embraced iDeal. Allshare has developed a standard solution, which stays compliant with the latest versions of iDeal. You can offer iDeal to your customers quickly and with low costs. Extensions to iDeal, such as mobile iDeal and European developments are implemented immediately. This solution can be integrated with your existing payment transfer system, quickly and effectively. This is possible thanks to the use of open architecture and webservices.
Allshare’s investment account solutions allow you to offer investment products to your customers quickly and effectively. On line, which is what your customers expect today.
They can manage their own settings and thanks to our clear user interfaces they get a complete and clear overview. Investing via a standing (periodical) instruction according to profiles is of course also supported.
- Golden handshakes
You can offer blocked savings- and/or investment accounts for each product or customer group. Your customer can choose between saving, investing or a combination. If the customer chooses investing or a combination the solution offers the possibility to define a customer-profile with model portfolios, which will be used as an investment profile to divide each (automatic) deposit.
Allshare’s IDM offers you a full instrument data management system to manage the instrument data centrally. IDM supports the description and representation of financial instruments and markets. IDM is the solution for structuring your instrument reference data and price information. Thanks to the open interface architecture the integration with other components, like order management and portfolio management, is easy. Allshare is always working to improve and extend this banking module.
- Comprises a.o. instruments, currencies, rates and financial markets
- Lowers TCO
- Mitigates operational risks
- Saves costs for data maintenance
- Facilitates fully integrated online processing
- Available in .Net, based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), XML-format
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) will be fully implemented on 1 February 2014. SEPA aims to standardise all payments made in euro within Europe.
With the introduction of SEPA, payments made within the participating countries will be standardised. This will mean that there is no difference between a domestic payment or a euro payment to or from another European country. The aim of SEPA is to make a more efficient payment market within the EU. The payment system will be cheaper due to standardisation.
With the introduction of SEPA, existing file formats will be replaced by SEPA formats. The familiar ClieOp03 for making payments and the MT940 for bank statements are replaced by PAIN and CAMT. Both are based on the ISO 20022 standard.
The use of an international account number is essential for the realisation of SEPA: the International Bank Account Number (IBAN). Besides the the new file formats the new IBAN bank account number structure will also be used.
The Allshare payment systems are fully SEPA compliant.