Banking and Capital Markets

Accelerate new products and services, modernize platforms and back-office operations, and design and engineer personalized omnichannel digital experiences for banking and capital markets.

DXC Luxoft, the analytics and engineering arm of DXC Technology, empowers customers worldwide to drive competitive advantage and navigate change. As experts in banking and capital markets technology and solutions, DXC Luxoft is a trusted provider of change, modernization and run services for the competitive world of finance.

We are fluent in financial services, analytics and agile engineering, with decades of experience enabling clients to advance in challenging environments. Our ecosystem of innovative partners, products, technology and talent empowers our customers to lead the industry.

years' industry experience
250 million
customer deposit accounts managed
275 million
cards processed daily for 475 banks
2.5 trillion
U.S. account balances processed each day


Berner Kantonalbank (BEKB)

Swiss bank cut operating costs with core banking solution.
National Australia Bank


National Australia Bank

Bank’s neurodiversity program develops unique skills and talents.
NatWest Group

Business Process Outsourcing

NatWest Group

Scottish bank transformed check-clearing systems to comply with new digital image-capture law.


Business Process Outsourcing

Digitize, optimize and transform complex business processes across front, middle, and back offices for insurance, payments and lending, finance and accounting and contact center experience.


Stay ahead of attackers and reduce risk. Our expert services and threat intelligence help you build in cyber security across your IT environment and operations.

Visualizing the invisible

This latest issue of DXC Luxoft's TechSpark magazine explores the power of data visualization in finance.

Trends in technology modernization

A look at the implications and advantages to the financial industry of moving to the cloud, and the benefits of adopting open source technology in banking.