Bangalore, India – May 2, 2013
Golomt Bank, Mongolia's largest private banking and financial services provider, has selected Infosys Finacle to power its technology transformation. The bank is looking to adapt to a rapidly changing business environment in Central Asia and manage their expanding customer base.
N Ochirkhuyag, Director of Marketing, Golomt Bank:
"Golomt Bank is committed to staying focused on the quality of our customers' experience, even as we look at expanding our presence. We believe technology is the key to accelerate our transformation. With Infosys, we have found the right partner who brings an industry-leading product in Finacle, and proven expertise to ensure an efficient implementation. We believe the new solution will be the key to support our needs today and help us build our bank of tomorrow."
Haragopal M., Global Head, Infosys Finacle:
"Golomt Bank has a well-defined strategy to accelerate growth opportunities in the fast-growing Mongolian economy. Infosys Finacle will power the bank's growth strategy and help it expand reach, introduce new products and services, while delivering a superior banking experience. Golomt Bank is Finacle's first customer in Mongolia. This win further strengthens our presence across emerging markets in Asia."
Golomt Bank was established in 1995 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Bodi International L.L.C., the premier diversified conglomerate recognized for its seminal contribution to economic and social development in Mongolia. Golomt Bank offers the complete spectrum of commercial and investment banking services to both domestic and international enterprises active in or trading and investing in Mongolia. It has long been the pioneer among Mongolian banks introducing card services, E-banking, adherence to IFRS, appointment of Big 4 external auditors and in the combined fields of transparency and corporate governance. Golomt Bank's exclusive focus as a customer-centric bank has led to its constantly expanding market share within the overall banking and financial sector. Golomt Bank remains the only Mongolian bank to attract direct equity related investment from any of the world's major international commercial financial institutions including: Credit Suisse, Abu Dhabi Investment Council, Swiss-MO Investment AG and Trafigura Beheer B.V. Golomt Bank was the first Mongolian commercial bank admitted to the S.W.I.F.T network to execute our customers’ international money transfers and enjoys correspondent banking relationships with many of the world’s leading banks in the major international and regional trading economies and plays a predominant role in international remittances to and from Mongolia. As further recognition of the, Bank's leading reputation among international counterparties, Golomt Bank was selected by American Express as exclusive acquirer bank in Mongolia and by IATA (The International Air Transport Association) as exclusive Billing and Settlement Plan Bank in Mongolia.
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