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What are your career objectives for the next 12 months? Not thought about it? You should, one expert advises.
Many banks are becoming increasingly enthusiastic about open banking and believe offering solutions around it to their commercial clients could help generate handsome, new revenue streams.
Virtual accounts are offered by many banks but may lock the user into that relationship. There may be a new way to enjoy the benefits of this technology and enable bank independence.
Enough was enough for the elderly residents of Acquetico as they demanded action to clamp down on cars and motorcycles speeding dangerously through their little village.
12th December 2018 – Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payment, is transforming how international online merchants can do business in Russia, by offering domestic processing and cross-border settlement for international payments for the first time.
11th December 2018 – Recently, the Hong Kong listed company Madison (8057.HK) released two announcements, in which, Bitmex, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world in terms of market shares in this industry, were deeply involved.
11th December 2018 – Pay.UK’s Faster Payments team is today announcing the official launch of the anti-fraud Mule Insights Tactical Solution (MITS) following a successful pilot by participants of the UK’s real-time payment service.
6th December 2018 – As the countdown to Christmas gets well and truly underway with offices and places of work getting into the festive spirit, Siemens Building Technologies is warning UK businesses about the potential consequences of false fire alarms during the busiest period of the year.
7th December 2018 – Turnkey open banking platform provider, Token.io Limited, today announces a partnership with Almoayed Technologies, the MENA region’s leading technology infrastructure development company, to accelerate open banking across the Arabian Peninsula.
5th December 2018 – UK property developer Argent has secured a £400m loan facility on behalf of the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) from Wells Fargo, HSBC UK and Helaba to support the development of two of the world’s greenest office buildings.