Erste Group Bank AG selects Nasdaq's BWise for Internal Audit, Internal Control and Finding Management processes

Erste Group Bank AG selects Nasdaq's BWise for Internal Audit, Internal Control and Finding Management processes
31.03.2017 01:30 pm

Erste Group Bank AG selects Nasdaq's BWise for Internal Audit, Internal Control and Finding Management processes

Compliance , Risk Management

Today Nasdaq BWise, a world leader in enterprise Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC), announced that it has been selected by Erste Group, one of the largest financial services providers in Central and Eastern Europe and headquartered in Austria, to support and further enhance their internal audit, internal control and finding management processes.

Erste Group, serving 15.7 million clients in over 2,700 branches, will look to add additional features and functionality to their group-wide Internal Audit and Findings Management processes. The internal control system repository powered by BWise will replace an existing solution with a more enhanced and sophisticated software platform.

"We are proud to have been selected by Erste Group," said Richard Jansen, Managing Director, BWise Germany GmbH. "Erste Group's objective to implement multiple GRC-related initiatives via one single standard software platform very much underlines the strength of the BWise products and services. Our GRC platform provides multiple role-based solutions for audit, risk management, information security and regulatory compliance which are integrated within the GRC platform and help departments across an organization to reduce GRC technology costs. We have been delivering successful projects in the D-A-CH region for many years in various sectors and I'm pleased to welcome a key player in the Austrian banking industry today."

The rich and complete functionalities, user friendliness and powerful reporting capabilities of the BWise solutions convinced Erste Group to select Nasdaq BWise as their trusted partner for their GRC journey to support each step of the internal audit and internal control cycle and eventually make them more time and cost efficient. In time, the potential of seamlessly adding new GRC initiatives coming from other departments to the same platform can be unlocked at any desired stage.

 

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