23.02.2012

SAGE discussed Asian threats on swiss private banks

More than 50 delegates from various private banks as well as a handful of finance journalists in Switzerland trooped over last week for the conference organized by SAGE and WealthBriefing on the threats on Swiss banks by its Asian counterparts. The Breakfast Briefing conference was held last 8th of February at the President Hotel in Geneva. The themes of the conference focused on Swiss threats from Asia as well as the domestic providers, compared the different models of management and...[more]


16.02.2012

SAGE Hosts Breakfast Briefing in Geneva

Jean-Luc Freymond, CEO of SAGE, was a member of the panel discussion of a Breakfast Briefing in Geneva last 8th February 2012; stressing on the importance of banking technology that will attract Asian bankers. JL Freymond explained that UHNWI in Asia, in general, are technologically savvy and are looking for systems that can offer them sophisticated products and provide them quick and efficient access to markets. He added that Swiss banks have to offer these new products in the face of Asian...[more]


12.01.2012

Geneva Breakfast Briefing: "How can Switzerland Counter the Asian Threat?"

The event is organized by WealthBriefing, the premier news, features and information source for the global wealth management sector, and will be held on 8th Feb 2012 at the Hôtel Président Wilson in Geneva. The briefing will consist of an expert panel discussion followed by a Q&A with the delegates. Delegates will benefit from networking with other leading professionals and experts in the wealth management field, have the opportunity to participate in a lively panel discussion, and gain...[more]


27.07.2011

Banking on SAGE (Computer News Middle East)

Fernand Rasetti, COO, Sage, a software development company serving the global financial industry in streamlining processes for core banking operations, was in the UAE to attend the MEFTEC conference. In a chat with Pallavi Sharma of Computer News Middle East, he discusses the company’s strategy in the coming months and how economic shocks are actually good for everybody. Is this your first visit to the UAE? What is the reason for your visit now?I have made regular visits to the UAE over the...[more]


30.05.2011

SAGE introduces its new suite of Prospero solutions at MEFTEC 2011

Founded in Switzerland in 1986, SAGE was among the pioneers in financial software. Very early, it spotted sustained demand for cost-effective, flexible and reliable financial software. Putting users and their business requirements first led SAGE to develop Prospero which is a modular, integrated system packed with easy-to-use features that fills the needs of the buy-side and sell-side global financial communities. Soon after releasing Prospero, SAGE was identified as a serious new player in...[more]


06.12.2010

IBS Journal on Global Investment House's progress with SAGE's Prospero Wealth Management system

IBS Journal, the leader on in-depth analysis and reporting in the financial technology industry, has recently published an article summarizing the search, selection and implementation process embarked upon by Kuwait-based Global Investment House (GIH) for a wealth management system. GIH, with AUM exceeding USD 5.3B and a major customer of Swiss IT vendor, SAGE, has gone on record with IBS about its implementation of Prospero, SAGE’s wealth management solution. The GIH/SAGE story can be summed...[more]


02.11.2010

SAGE profiled In IBS Middle East Banking Systems Regional Guide. Prospero considered as major player in banking system implementations

IBS Intelligence, the definitive source for independent and in-depth news, research and analysis of the financial technology market, regularly provides a comprehensive range of industry reports, guides and other resources including its latest and first regional guide on Middle East banking systems and implementations. The latest report published in October, Banking Systems in the Middle East, recognized that this region is now one of the most active areas despite the recent financial crisis....[more]