Sopra Steria and seven banks of Sparda banking group sign letter of intent

Monday 24 December 2018 07:29 CET | News

Sopra Steria has entered into negotiations with seven banks of Sparda banking group.

The group consists of eleven regional cooperative banks based in Germany.

A letter of intent has been signed, and the contracts are expected to be signed in H1 2019.

The deal will see the seven banks replacing their legacy technology with Sopra Banking Platform, a core banking system supplied by Sopra Banking Software (Sopra Steria’s banking tech subsidiary).

Back in 2013, Sopra Banking Software acquired the banking operation of COR&FJA, a German domestic core banking business, for EUR 13 million.

The transaction included around 100 staff and the Corbas core banking solution. It is understood the Sparda banks were among the users of Corbas. Honda Bank, Deutsche Hypothekenbank, BMW Bank and Bankhaus Neelmeyer AG were also using Corbas at the time of the acquisition.

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Keywords: Sopra Steria, Sparda banking group, Sopra Banking Platform, innovation, banking
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