Aegon migrates over 400.000 savings and investment accountsto Ohpen’s core banking engine


06-12-2018

Building the infrastructure and architecture of the future

Amsterdam, 6 December 2018 – Ohpen has successfully migrated over 400.000 savings and investment accounts from Aegon to its core banking engine. This migration is in line with their previously communicated ambition to build the infrastructure and architecture of the future.

Chris Zadeh, founder and CEO of Ohpen: “Ohpen has developed its cloud-based core banking engine from scratch to ensure that the technology and processes actually work, all the time. Even after migrations of this size. Retail banks, insurance companies and asset managers should focus on offering the best solution to consumers and leave the rest to us.”

Aegon and Ohpen jointly developed the intention to migrate other parts of Aegon’s services in the Netherlands to the core banking engine of Ohpen to create a future-proof setup.

About Aegon

Aegon is one of the world’s leading providers of life insurance, pensions and asset management. Our Dutch roots date back almost 200 years. Today, we have operations in over 20 countries, including the USA where we’re known as Transamerica.

About Ohpen

Ohpen uses its core banking engine to deliver BPO services and SaaS solutions to financial services providers, such as banks, insurance companies and asset managers. Founded in 2009 by a team of experienced bankers and software engineers, the Ohpen platform supports the savings and investment propositions of its clients.