back to article BNP Paribas systems 'tombés à l'eau' in France for over 24hrs

French bank BNP Paribas's systems have been down for more than 24 hours in its home nation, with customers complaining they can't transfer money or access the website or app. The issues at the bank – one of the largest in the world – were first acknowledged by the group over 24 hours ago, at 8.10am UTC yesterday on Twitter. …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    A certain Mr Pester started working at BNP Paribas recently?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      No sure, but BNPP systems are managed by IBM.

      They may have been showing the "reboot" function of BigFix (and bungling it)...

  2. bpfh Bronze badge
    Holmes

    Was still down at about 11 AM CET this morning when my mobile app told me to do one to a rolling donut. Back up early afternoon for me.

  3. smudge Silver badge
    Pint

    "...systems 'tomber à l'eau'" ??

    The French are fans of Bluebottle from the Goons?

    (Ask yer great-gran.)

    1. bpfh Bronze badge

      Re: "...systems 'tomber à l'eau'" ??

      I fell in da wartaaaaaaaaaa!

  4. Uncle Slacky Silver badge

    Explains the go-slow at Carrefour

    The tills were running slower and slower this afternoon at my local Carrefour, card payments were taking several minutes to go through - looked like a total crash was imminent.

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