The B2 Group provides cloud based payments, FX and funds STP software and consultancy solutions to fund companies, third party administrators, transaction banks and corporates across the world, especially in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
A broad range of financial messages, transactions and report processing capabilities are fully supported with almost any message format (standard or proprietary) and connectivity protocol. B2 Group is a trusted provider, delivering robust technology to meet today's business challenges.
For complete client assurance, the technical infrastructure upon which The B2 Groups' financial messaging service operates is run by POST Telecom, who are fully accredited by the Luxembourg CSSF to the level PSF.
Our "Hi-availability" data centres in Luxembourg provide the highest level of security and resilience for The B2 Group customers.
- The B2 Group provides integration layer for FUNDcom users. Read full story HERE
- The B2 Group relocates to new City of London premises. Read full story HERE
- The B2 Group selects Dynatrace for Application Monitoring. Read full story HERE
The B2 Groups' Global Transaction Services Platform (GTS) successfully enabled an international transaction bank to win the cash and treasury management business of UK based airline easyJet, displacing their incumbent bank provider. Due to time and resource constraints, the bank could not have won this business using conventional methods.
In 2009, ING Bank in The Netherlands took the decision at Board level to reduce their strategic electronic banking channels from 34 to 7 in order to reduce costs and provide and improved customer service. An investment budget in excess of 5m Euros was allocated to achieve the migration of the VIP clients using the Funstream payments product. As part of this programme, it was necessary to upgrade the ING systems, IT infrastructure and processes to accomodate significantly increased volumes generated by clients formerly on the old ING legacy systems and by new ING clients. This strategic programme of work was mission critical to ING, especially as their anticipated growth could not be handled by their old legacy systems.