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Vivier Launches New Online Banking Platform

Vivier & Company, a boutique financial services company, has announced the launch of its new online banking system, which follows the completion of a cloud-based service for financial institutions implemented by IndiaT4T.

Founded in 2001 and licensed in New Zealand, Vivier focuses on high-interest savings accounts that avoid the risk of market volatility. It offers customers a complete list of banking needs, such as debit cards, international money transfers and secure, low-risk loans protected against real estate.

“There are further pioneering projects currently being developed by Vivier, and we are looking forward to bringing you more exciting news in [the] future,” Luigi Wewege, CEO of Vivier noted.

Vivier’s real-time online banking platform is an important service for its international clientele, who will now be able to make and receive payments, check their current balances and view and download statements at any time.

The bank’s high-interest savings accounts allow customers to lock in a high rate (currently the lowest rate offered is around 3.4 percent) for a set amount of time. The longer savers keep their money in the account, the higher the interest rate will be. Customers need to commit to a minimum of 6 months but can keep their money in an account for as long as 60 months to realize the highest return. And for a deposit on notice of 12 months or more, Vivier will pay a loyalty bonus of +0.5 percent p.a. to the interest.

The company is part of the Vivier Group, a multinational financial services group that issues its services across Africa, Asia, Oceania, Europe and South America.



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