Cortell welcomes Bank of Sydney to the CoreBIS APRA governance and reporting application.
Cortell is pleased to announce that Bank of Sydney will introduce the CoreBIS APRA governance and reporting application, to greatly assist with streamlining the extensive process of submitting reports to APRA.
Bank of Sydney is an Australian Bank that is dedicated to forging strong relationships with customers and community groups looking for a personal, rewarding banking experience. They also offer a range of award-winning products, reflecting their dedication to their customers and 5-star product ratings.
Victor Anderson, CFO of Bank of Sydney quotes:
“Bank of Sydney is on a transformation journey driving innovation across our customer facing and back-office functions to deliver the most efficient and effective process possible for our customers, our people and other external stakeholders. We selected CoreBIS from Cortell after an extensive review and analysis process for its regulatory reporting and governance capability. We are excited about the efficiencies this will bring and the insight it will produce”.
James Corner, Product Manager of CoreBIS states:
“Victor brings years of Financial service consulting with him to the CFO role. His extensive experience in industry gives him insight into what best practise looks like, and we look forward to working with the Bank of Sydney team in delivering this with CoreBIS”
About Cortell Australia
Cortell is a Business Performance Management practice that helps customers improve visibility, transparency, accuracy and efficiency for all aspects of the business performance management and decision making cycle.
Recently, Cortell was awarded both the IBM Global Business Partner and Australian Business partner of the Year 2020 for Business Analytics and AI. Our consultants have delivered 1000+ solutions to 500+ companies in all industry sectors and functional areas.
CoreBIS is a dedicated solution developed to address the complex world of Regulatory Governance and Reporting for the Banking, Insurance, Superannuation and RFC entities within the Financial Services sector.