Cadence Bank Expands Partnership with FIS

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Cadence Bank in Birmingham, Ala., will use several new products from Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), including electronic funds transfer processing and fraud management.

Cadence Bank, which is the banking unit for the $3.8 billion-asset Cadence Bancorp, currently uses core account processing and Compliance Databank from FIS.

FIS's electronic funds transfer processing provides end-to-end functionality for account opening, card production and transaction processing, the Jacksonville, Fla., company said Thursday.

"Adding FIS' EFT processing, with its seamless integration to our core solution, will provide our staff with a much more efficient system," Danny Taylor, chief information officer at Cadence Bank, said in a news release.

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