Accenture and Hanwha S&C Enter Strategic Collaboration Agreement to Market IT Solutions to Korean Financial Services Firms

Accenture and Hanwha S&C Enter Strategic Collaboration Agreement to Market IT Solutions to Korean Financial Services Firms
SEOUL; April 13, 2010 - Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and Hanwha S&C have signed an eight-year collaboration agreement to jointly market information technology (IT) solutions and services to insurers, securities firms and banks in South Korea. The two companies have also signed an eight-year agreement to jointly provide application management services to Hanwha Group’s financial services affiliates.
April 13, 2010

Luottokunta Awards Accenture Five-Year Application Development and Maintenance Contract

Luottokunta Awards Accenture Five-Year Application Development and Maintenance Contract

HELSINKI; Aug. 31, 2009 — Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has signed a five-year application outsourcing contract with Luottokunta, Finland’s leading card payment service company, to develop, implement and maintain the business and Web applications that support Luottokunta’s services. Financial terms were not disclosed.

August 31, 2009

Accenture Selected by Banco Santander to Support Global Operations

Accenture Selected by Banco Santander to Support Global Operations
MADRID; March 25, 2009 – Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has signed a two-year, €100 million agreement with Banco Santander to support the bank’s global operations by providing systems integration, consulting, business process management, information technology outsourcing and business process outsourcing.
March 25, 2009

Accenture to Provide Application Outsourcing Services to ICAP

NEW YORK; June 11, 2008 – ICAP plc, the world’s premier interdealer broker, has selected Accenture (NYSE: ACN) to develop and maintain its European Union credit-trading platform under a five-year application outsourcing agreement.
June 11, 2008

Insurance Equity Analysts Favor Emerging-Markets Expansion, Predict Increased M&A Activity, According to Accenture Global Survey of 100 Analysts

NEW YORK and LONDON; April 14, 2008 – Insurance equity analysts expect a significant increase in property and casualty (P&C) mergers and acquisitions this year and say that life insurers who expand into emerging markets over the next three years are likely to be rewarded with superior ratings, according to findings of a global survey by Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
April 14, 2008

Chinese Companies Taking Similar Business Approaches as Their Global Peers on the Journey to High Performance and Global Competitiveness, Accenture Research Finds

Chinese Companies Taking Similar Business Approaches as Their Global Peers on the Journey to High Performance and Global Competitiveness, Accenture Research Finds

Profit Pressures, New Regulations Are Reshaping the Global Exchange Landscape, Accenture Research Finds

Accenture Completes Acquisition of Random Walk, Consulting Firm Specializing in Trading, Risk-Management and Other Capital Markets Technologies

Accenture (NYSE:ACN) has completed its previously announced acquisition of Random Walk Computing Inc., a technology consulting firm specializing in trading system applications, risk management systems and other technologies for banks, asset managers, exchanges and other financial services institutions.
July 20, 2006

Accenture to Acquire Random Walk, Consulting Firm Specializing in Trading, Risk-Management and Other Capital Markets Technologies

Accenture has agreed to acquire Random Walk Computing, Inc., a technology consulting firm specializing in trading system applications, risk management systems and other technologies for banks, asset managers, exchanges and other financial services institutions. 
June 22, 2006

Individual Investors Enthusiastic About Stock Market but Lack Capabilities to Measure Companies’ True Value and Growth Prospects, Accenture Study Finds

Individual investors are enthusiastic about investing additional money in the stock market but lack the tools and information needed to measure companies’ true value and growth prospects, according to results of a recent study by Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
March 23, 2006