Achieving growth in banking

Finnova actively manages Switzerland's largest banking community, consisting of around 80 universal banks and 20 private banks. Supplemented by over 100 partner companies, it offers customers a comprehensive ecosystem together with the accompanying services of Finnova.

Universal and retail banks

The focus of universal and retail banks is on increased efficiency and comprehensive functionalities. We support them with our highly automated software, high STP rates and efficient processes. The Finnova Banking Software standard solution already contains a very broad functionality for universal and retail banks that can be individually extended, notably through our open partner ecosystem.

Private banks

The change in private banking with growing compliance requirements, margin pressure and changed client needs results in new business models. We offer private banks specific functionalities such as our new Portfolio Management System and the Advisor Workbench. They also have the possibility of simple connection of best-of-breed third-party solutions, which are already being used in many forms in private banking via FIL Integration Services. With its integrated functions and interfaces, the Finnova Banking Software offers a compliant implementation of regulatory and tax requirements, leaving private banks on the safe side – at an overall attractive TCO.

Transaction banks

The most efficient processing possible of payments, securities, foreign exchange and loans for other banks is the core competence of transaction banks. The Finnova Banking Software helps them achieve this with maximum scalability, high STP rates and maximum automation.

Digital asset banks

Already during the phases preceding market maturity, Finnova was engaged with the topics of 'cryptocurrencies' and 'digital assets'. The first digital asset bank in the world was given the green light from FINMA at the end of August 2019 and started productive operation on the basis of the Finnova Banking Software at the start of September 2019. With the integration of custody, brokerage and tokenization applications, a fully integrated solution can be designed in combination with the core banking functionalities.

Financial services

In the area of financial services, we address the segment of non-banks, which, although offering bank-related services on the basis of their business model, do not require a full core banking system. With Finnova's SaaS model, customers have the advantage of using the Finnova Banking Software on a modular basis as well as being able to flexibly choose the functionalities used and planned extension stages.

BPO providers

Efficiency in banking is achieved today by breaking down the value chain and outsourcing standard processes to BPO providers. The Finnova Banking Software is ideally suited as a backbone for the industrialisation of banking processes. In addition, it offers a user platform especially designed for BPO providers, with which processes for several banks can be handled simultaneously.

Fintech and development companies

The integration solutions of the Open Platform enable a systematic connection of various systems to the Finnova Banking Software. The Finnova platform thus becomes an open ecosystem that supports the interaction of various actors such as banks' own development teams, operating partners, development companies, fintech businesses and BPO partners. It helps Finnova to increase agility in the provision of functionalities and to meet the challenges resulting from the breakdown of the value chain and the technological change in banking more quickly.The integration solutions of the Open Platform enable a systematic connection of various systems to the Finnova Banking Software. The Finnova platform thus becomes an open ecosystem that supports the interaction of various actors such as banks' own development teams, operating partners, development companies, fintech businesses and BPO partners. It helps Finnova to increase agility in the provision of functionalities and to meet the challenges resulting from the breakdown of the value chain and the technological change in banking more quickly.