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BearingPoint Expands Business in Sweden

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BearingPoint RegTech has won Stockholm-based GCC Capital AB (GCC) as a new customer for its Abacus360 Banking solution, a Regulatory-as-a-Service (RaaS) model. GCC will use Abacus360 Banking to fulfil its EBA reporting. In addition to RaaS, the solution for GCC also includes professional services covering the use of a cloud-based data management solution as well as the implementation of the Abacus software. It will be built by BearingPoint RegTech based on the Abacus data model and collecting data from various source systems and files.

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