Fiserv has announced the extension of its strategic partnership with global management consulting firm Investance into the European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) regions to help financial institutions transform their control and reconciliations technology and processes.
Having worked together in the US for the past two years, the two companies are expanding into the EMEA region where both already have a significant presence. A trusted consulting partner to Fiserv, Investance has an in-depth understanding of the industry-leading reconciliation and financial crime risk management solutions from Fiserv and will now advise its EMEA clients on how best to leverage these solutions.
“By expanding our relationship with Investance, Fiserv hopes to bring our reconciliation and financial crime solutions combined with the consulting expertise of Investance to a much broader EMEA market,” said Nolan Gesher, director of global channel management and sales operations, Risk & Compliance, Fiserv. “Together, we are helping financial services organizations meet their risk management, transparency, control and regulatory demands.”
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