Financial software solutions

Digitising and streamlining your processes to achieve operational efficiency that anticipates your clients’ needs

More than 400 banks and financial institutions across over 60 countries have chosen OLYMPIC Banking System® financial software solutions to streamline, automate and digitise their daily processes. Our solutions assist banks in achieving cost and operational efficiency while keeping the focus on anticipating their clients’ needs.

With its wide range of functions and state-of-the art technology, OLYMPIC Banking System responds to the challenges of various banking and financial sectors. Whether your institution is a private, corporate or retail bank, a central bank, a credit union or a business focusing on custody, fund administration and brokerage services, OLYMPIC Banking System helps you automate complex processes from front-to-back office, unlocking your institution’s full growth potential.

The solution provides a complete set of decision-making, transaction processing and control tools to support domestic and international core services. It comprises a functionally rich client-centric Core System, and a wide range of integrated front, middle and back-office functions. These include CRM, Client On-boarding, Regulatory Reporting, Portfolio and Order Management, Advisory and Digital Banking (e-banking and mobile banking).

OLYMPIC Banking System is highly agile thanks to its dynamic parameter-driven system, which is designed to be entirely tailored and managed directly by your organisation. The solution also leverages cloud computing and is available in a SaaS model supporting financial institutions in achieving operational efficiency and future-proofing their profitability.



Private Wealth Management

Retail Banks


Corporate Banks

Credit Unions & Microfinance

Central Banks


Core Banking

Digital Banking

Customer Engagement

Portfolio Management


Fund Administration

Custody Services

Order Management

Savings & Deposits

Loans & Mortgages

Payments & Remittances

Regulatory Requirements

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