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Brussels 19 April 2007: Fortis, one of Europe's largest financial institutions, has decided to implement Framesoft Structured Products (FSP) as part of its Automation of Securities Documentation Project.

FSP is Framesoft's answer to the growing number of issues of more and more complex Structured Products via EMTN Programmes or Certificates. With FSP, issue documentation becomes a highly automated and much better controlled process with the highest level of STP achievable. At the same time, procedures for checking and escalating critical issues, approving them and creating the documentation get aligned with each other by virtue of FSP's workflow engine.

Brussels 19 April 2007: Fortis, one of Europe's largest financial institutions, has decided to upgrade to Framesoft Contract Repository 2 (FCR2).

After running FCR for more than 9 years, achieving a significant netting benefit, FCR2 will support the rapidly growing global user basis and increase working efficiency.

Zug, 14-15 September 2006: The annual Framesoft user group took place at Framesoft Group Head Office in Zug, Switzerland.

Delegates from the majority of Framesoft´s customers were present.

The presentations covered the latest developments and new products from Framesoft, most notably including version two of the Framesoft Contract Repository (FCR) and details of the upgrade path.

Delegates and Framesoft staff alike were able to benefit from presentations followed by question and answer sessions of actual user implementations including Certificate issuance from Landesbank Berlin, Master Agreement request and negotiation from Credit Suisse, Litigation management and reporting from Deutsche Bank and OTC confirmations from Fortis.

Brussels 7 September 2006: Fortis, one of Europe's largest financial institutions, went live with version 2.0 of the Framesoft Confirmation Generator (FCG).

Version 2.0 uses the Framesoft Online Negotiation (FON) platform providing greater versatility in the creation and maintenance of templates plus editing, approving and matching of individual confirmations.