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Online Banking

Banking services offered over the Internet. Online banking often includes access to one's checking and savings accounts, the ability to view balances, and so forth. Many banks (though not all) offer online banking without any additional fees.
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The EBank Board of Directors will include, John Steytler, Statician General of NSA; Yvonne Dausab, Deputy Dean of the Law Faculty at UNAM; Martin Shipanga, former Managing Director of Nedbank; Coenraad Jonker, CEO of TYME SA; Geral Riedel, Executive Director at EBank and Monica Kalondo, Managing Director of Stimulus.
eBank Systems will keep its data centre operations in Texas and add an extra processing centre in Alabama.
and trading house Itochu Corp., eBank aims to see 1.5 million accounts opened in three years.
Taiichi Matsuo, president of eBank, said, ''We want to deal with 300 billion yen worth of settlements in three years' time,'' by strengthening the tie-up between eBank's stockholder Yahoo!
Fiorano Software, a leader in enterprise integration, has announced that EBank, a Namibian commercial bank, has implemented Fiorano ESB to integrate its Temenos T24 core banking system, the company said.
Namibia-based EBank has said that it has implemented a banking solution from Fiorana to integrate its Temenos T24 core banking system.
Now, EBank account holders can buy prepaid electricity and prepaid water from their EBank accounts right away to the City of Windhoek and most towns, villages and settlements nationwide via this cooperation.
Chairperson Monica Kalondo released a statement on Tuesday saying the Bank of Namibia had on 31 January extended Ebank's provisional banking licence after the expiry of the initial provisional licence which was granted on 01 August 2013.
and Yamato Mutual Life Insurance Co., eBank plans to obtain a banking license in December.
Under the partnership, EBank account holders can buy prepaid electricity plus prepaid water directly from their EBank accounts for the City of Windhoek and most towns, villages and settlements countrywide.
and others have already set up a company in Tokyo capitalized at roughly 1 billion yen to prepare for the launch of eBANK, the sources said, adding that the founding partners are calling on other firms to invest.
A Namibian Investment Management Company, Pointbreak, and co-founding shareholder of EBank has announced acquisition of 38.3 percent in EBank Holdings Limited from TYME (Take Your Money Everywhere), a leading banking technology provider and Pointbreak's original partner in the establishment of EBank.