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GFT has lowered its FY17 guidance due to delayed decision making at its two largest investment banking customers – Deutsche Bank (DB) and Barclays. GFT said that management changes at the banks have resulted in deferred orders. However, investment banking revenue outside these two customers has been guided upwards, as has the group’s retail banking segment. But these factors were outweighed by the revenue declines at the two investment banks, and management has cut its FY17 revenue guidance by 6% to €425m, while EBITDA comes back by 13% to €42m.

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