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  • De Blasio’s NYC Helicopter Regulation Forces Chopper Company Into Bankruptcy
    De Blasio's NYC Helicopter Regulation Forces Chopper Company Into Bankruptcy New York Helicopter Charter Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday after running low on cash, according to Bloomberg. The filing comes as a result of New York City moving to cut helicopter takeoffs and landings in Manhattan. In 2016, Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement that he wanted to cut back on the "non stop din of helicopters" in the city after brokering a deal between the NYC Economic Development Corporation and the Helicopter Tourism and Jobs Council that cut the number of daily flights leaving Pier 6 in half. The deal also completely eliminated flights on Sunday.  CEO Michael Roth said he had to raise prices as a result of the cuts and is trying to conduct more flights out of a heliport in Kearny, ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane, No It’s A Chinese Flying Saucer Attack Helicopter 
    It's A Bird, It's A Plane, No It's A Chinese Flying Saucer Attack Helicopter  Earlier this month, the Chinese unveiled hypersonic weapons and unmanned platforms at a military parade in Beijing on Oct. 1. One piece of military hardware that the People's Liberation Army, or PLA, didn't unveil, was an attack helicopter that resembles a flying saucer.  The Super Great White Shark, as what the Global Times is calling the flying spaceship, measures 25 feet long, 10 feet high, and was exhibited at the 5th China Helicopter Exposition in Tianjin, a major port city in northeastern China, late last week.  The Global Times has indicated the saucer "is highly experimental and may not be put into practical use anytime soon." Still, it added that the ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • ICOs Are Dead But ICO Scammers Are Immortal
    The initial coin offering may have all but died, but the ICO scammer marches on regardless. Whereas legitimate projects have to wrangle with all kinds of challenges including the strength of the market, generating value for investors, creating a real product and actually delivering on the promises they make, the soulless scammer is unencumbered by technical constraints, work ethic or any sense of decency. Also read: Bitcoin’s Smallest Unit ‘Satoshi’ Added to Oxford English Dictionary How Do You Kill That Which Has No Life? Much like the humble cockroach, there are few conditions in which the ICO scammer cannot operate. Even with peak ICO and token mania well behind us, scammers persist. There are a few things guaranteed to make scammers scatter, however, including legal action, regulatory enforcement, and of course, unwanted press. The following ICOs have all been branded ...
    News.Bitcoin
    1 month ago
  • Ebanx becomes latest Latin American fintech unicorn
    Ebanx, a payments fintech company headquartered in Brazil that connects global businesses to Latin A ...
    Finextra
    1 month ago
  • Ebanx achieves unicorn status
    EBANX, a payments fintech company headquartered in Brazil that connects global businesses to Latin A ...
    Finextra
    1 month ago
  • Big tech, Twitter bans and Bing: U.S. Democrats spar over Silicon Valley on debate stage
    U.S. Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren went after big tech during the Democratic debate on Tuesday but brushed off rival Kamala Harris's challenge to join her in calling for President Donald Trump's suspension from Twitter. ...
    Reuters
    1 month ago
  • ‘Savages of Silicon Valley’ Launch 49ers Closer to Mythical Perfect Season
    The San Francisco 49ers beat the Los Angeles Rams 20-7 on Sunday afternoon at the L.A. Coliseum, but scores can sometimes be deceiving. What the score doesn’t show is just how thoroughly the 49ers shut down the high-powered Rams offense. How tight end George Kittle consistently found holes in the Rams defense. Or how quarterback […] The post ‘Savages of Silicon Valley’ Launch 49ers Closer to Mythical Perfect Season appeared first on CCN.com ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    1 month ago
  • Watch: Mexico Prevents Caravan Of 2,000 Migrants From Reaching US Border
    Watch: Mexico Prevents Caravan Of 2,000 Migrants From Reaching US Border Mexico is so far upholding its agreement with President Trump to limit the flow of migrants into the US.  Over the weekend, Mexican authorities halted a caravan of more than 2,000 migrants headed to the Mexico–US border, reported AP News. Authorities intercepted the migrants in Tapachula, a city located in the southeastern state of Chiapas in Mexico, near the Guatemalan border. The caravan included migrants from Central America, Africa, and the Caribbean.    AP said many of the migrants fled their countries because of increasing violence and collapsing fiat currencies, and all wanted the chance of a better life in the US.  "I want to pass through Mexico, I don't want to live here," said Amado Ramirez, a migrant from Honduras who was traveling with his children and wife, ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • Trade war rejuvenates ‘Silicon Valley’ firms in Malaysia
    Years after resisting pressure to move to China, Lee Hung Lung says his bet has paid off. Sales at his Malaysia-based Hotayi Electronic are surging, it's hiring more workers, considering an expansion, and picking and choosing orders. ...
    Reuters
    1 month ago
  • Galloway: “What Quakes Are To California, Softbank Is To Real Estate Unicorns”
    Galloway: "What Quakes Are To California, Softbank Is To Real Estate Unicorns" Authored by Scott Galloway via No Mercy/No Malice blog, Unicorn Feces Season 1, Episode 1: SoftBank and Real Estate Last night I met up with friends at Soho House, a members-only club. I’ve always wanted to be a member, and have several friends who’ve offered to sponsor me. But the thought of being rejected for membership by a club where all my friends are members is damage my ego couldn’t endure. So, no membership for the dawg. As a guest, I’ll have a nice meal and a couple Maker’s and Gingers (i.e., 5). I’ll then go home and decide the smart thing to do would be a preemptive strike against my member-like ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • Morgan Stanley Makes A Stunning Observation: 28% Of The US Population Has FICO Score Below 650
    Morgan Stanley Makes A Stunning Observation: 28% Of The US Population Has FICO Score Below 650 Authored by Morgan Stanley strategists Vishwanath Tirupattur and Ellen Zentner The strength of the US consumer has been the bedrock of the current economic expansion. Just a few weeks ago, in a CNBC interview, Fed Vice Chair Clarida said that “I cannot think of a time where in the aggregate the consumer has been in better shape.” With unemployment at 3.5%, the household savings rate ticking up to 8%, the aggregate debt-to-income ratio hovering around 40-year lows and consumer delinquencies at or near post-crisis lows, policy-makers’ comfort with the strength of the US consumer seems well grounded. As our US economics team has shown, Fed easing has lent support to consumer spending and home buying while sparking a mortgage refinancing wave that should add ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • US SEC Halts TON Launch Over $1.7B ICO — Highest-Level Action Yet?
    The SEC is suing Telegram over the $1.7 billion ICO, is it the mark a new wave of regulatory scrutiny on the U.S. market? Late friday, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it is suing two offshore entities, Telegram and its wholly owned subsidiary, TON Issuer, for holding an unregistered token sale.According to the complaint filed in the federal district court in Manhattan on the same day, Telegram sold approximately 2.9 billion crypto tokens, called Grams (GRM) to 171 buyers for a total of $1.7 billion. Around a quarter of that sum, $424.5 million, allegedly belonged to 31 purchasers based in the U.S. As a result, the SEC has obtained a temporary restraining order against Telegram and TON, seeking “certain emergency relief,” as well as permanent injunctions, disgorgement with prejudgment interest and civil penalties. Now, the ...
    CoinTelegraph
    1 month ago
  • Telegram’s $1.7 Billion ICO Halted by SEC
    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)  in a recent announcement has filed an emergency action and obtained a temporary restraining order against two major offshore entities backing Telegram’s TON digital token offering. Are Telegram Tokens Securities? Per Telegram’s plan of action, it had promised the delivery of Gram tokens to initial purchasers by October 31, […] ...
    BitcoinWarrior
    1 month ago
  • AMD’s stock surges to pace semiconductor peers
    Shares of semiconductor companies are broadly higher Friday, led by the surge in Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s stock , amid upbeat industry data and a sharp rally in the broader stock market after a report of a U.S.-China trade truce. The PHLX Semiconductor Index hiked up 3.0%, with all 30 components gaining ground. The chip sector tracker (SOX) was now just 1.2% away from its July 24 record close. The biggest gainer in the index was AMD's stock, which ran up 6.0%. Analyst David Wong at Instinet noted that Gartner estimated that worldwide PC shipments in the September quarter rose 8.0% from the previous quarter, and grew 1.1% year over year. Wong wrote in a note to clients Friday that he thinks the solid overall PC environment is "good for AMD," and that AMD will likely benefit from continuing market ...
    MarketWatch
    1 month ago
  • Mexico Mayor Dragged Through Streets From Back Of Truck For Not Delivering On Campaign Promises
    Mexico Mayor Dragged Through Streets From Back Of Truck For Not Delivering On Campaign Promises Authored by Elias Marat via TheMindUnleashed.com, Farmers are furious that the politician had broken his promises to improve roads and bring drinking water and electricity to the community... A group of angry farmers in southern Mexico captured the mayor of their village before dragging him through the streets while tied to the back of a truck after villagers claim that he failed to deliver on major election campaign promises. Police eventually freed Jorge Luis Escandón Hernández, the mayor of Las Margaritas municipality in the state of Chiapas, who suffered no major injuries following the violent ordeal. El Heraldo de Mexico reports the mayor was abducted Tuesday by an angry group ...
    ZeroHedge
    1 month ago
  • Thai ICO Portal SE Digital Aims to Launch $98 Million Investment Token
    It is the first such regulated portal by the SEC. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    1 month ago
  • OpenLibra co-founder accused of scamming in ICO controversy
    Just a day after the announcement of OpenLibra, the project is being accused of an ICO controversy. OpenLibra co-founder involved in a scam OpenLibra is permissionless for of Facebook’s stablecoin Libra. The project was initially announced at the Etherem Foundation’s DevCon conference held in Japan. Once the news reached Twitter, user Andrew Lee was quick […] ...
    BitcoinWarrior
    1 month ago
  • Veritaseum ICO organizer in settlement talks with SEC
    Veritaseum ICO organizer in settlement talks with SEC The post Veritaseum ICO organizer in settlement talks with SEC appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    1 month ago
  • Korean blockchain firm ICONLOOP raises over $8M to grow digital ID service
    Korean blockchain firm ICONLOOP raises over $8M to grow digital ID service - CryptoNinjas ICONLOOP, one of the largest blockchain enterprises in South Korea and creators of the ICON blockchain, today announced that it raised KRW 10 billion (over USD 8 million) in Series A funding. Seven investment companies including Korea Technology Finance Corporation (KOTEC) and T.S. Investment participated in this round. With the new funding, ICONLOOP will focus on […] Korean blockchain firm ICONLOOP raises over $8M to grow digital ID service - CryptoNinjas ...
    CryptoNinjas
    1 month ago
  • Bitstocks’ CryptoTime discusses ICO fines and scandals
    Bitstocks’ CryptoTime discusses ICO fines and scandals The post Bitstocks’ CryptoTime discusses ICO fines and scandals appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    1 month ago
  • Veritaseum, SEC Discuss Possible Settlement on VERI ICO
    The Veritaseum CEO had previously accused the SEC of twisting the facts about his token, called VERI. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    1 month ago
  • SEC in Settlement Talks With ‘Fraudulent’ ICO Organizer Reg Middleton
    Middleton organized the unregistered $14.8 million Veritaseum (VERI) initial coin offering, and is further accused of market manipulation post-ICO. ...
    CoinDesk
    1 month ago
  • AT&T selling Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands businesses to Liberty Latin America for $1.95 billion in cash
    AT&T Inc. said Wednesday that it will sell both its wireless and wireline operations in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to Liberty Latin America for $1.95 billion in cash. The companies expect the deal to close in the next six-to-nine months. The sale includes network assets, leases and real estate, 1.1 million wireless subscribers and contracts. About 1,300 AT&T employees will move over to Liberty Latin America when the deal closes. The sale doesn't impact AT&T's commitment to FirstNet, a network for public safety, DirecTV and some global business customer relationships. Liberty Latin America will support AT&T as it builds out its FirstNet network in Puerto Rico and the U.S Virgin Islands. "This transaction is a result of our ongoing strategic review of our balance sheet and assets to identify opportunities for monetization," said John Stephens, AT&T chief ...
    MarketWatch
    1 month ago
  • Ingenico Appoints José Luis Arias as Emea EVP
    Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payments, has appointed José Luis Arias as Executive V ...
    Finextra
    1 month ago
  • Sorrell buys Silicon Valley’s Firewood in pursuit of red-hot digital growth
    Martin Sorrell's S4 Capital has bought Silicon Valley's biggest independent agency, Firewood, for $150 million in its latest deal to form a purely digital global advertising firm. ...
    Reuters
    1 month ago
  • Bosch to make silicon carbide chips in electric vehicle range-anxiety play
    German automotive supplier Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL] is launching production of silicon carbide automotive chips, in a move to address the range anxiety that deters many drivers from switching to electric vehicles. ...
    Reuters
    1 month ago
  • Featurespace partners Círculo de Crédito on application fraud fight in Mexico
    Featurespace, the world-leader in fraud detection and risk prevention, and Círculo de Crédito, a lea ...
    Finextra
    2 months ago
  • SEC Pulls Its Punches in ICO Enforcement Action
    At the beginning of the week, a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement action generate ...
    Finextra
    2 months ago
  • Worldwide Semiconductor Sales Continue To Plunge 
    Worldwide Semiconductor Sales Continue To Plunge  A return to macro is on every money managers' mind this week as global equity futures plunge to a one-month low following US manufacturing activity tumbling to levels not seen since the last financial crisis. And more evidence of global slowdown was found in the latest report from the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) on Tuesday, who warned, semiconductor sales are plunging around the world. SIA said worldwide sales of semiconductors were $34.2 billion in August, a 15.9% drop YoY.  Monthly sales showed the August figure of $34.2 billion, was 2.5% higher than July 2019 total of $33.4 billion, these sales were compiled by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization.  John Neuffer, SIA president and CEO, was rather pessimistic on the global semiconductor industry, indicating YoY changes in sales were disappointing in the Americas. ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 months ago
  • Operators of fraud ICO PlexCorps ordered to pay $7 million
    Operators of fraud ICO PlexCorps ordered to pay $7 million The post Operators of fraud ICO PlexCorps ordered to pay $7 million appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    2 months ago
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: PepsiCo, Tesla, E*Trade, GoPro & more
    Names on the move ahead of the open. ...
    CNBC
    2 months ago
  • Uber makes JFK airport helicopter taxis available to all users
    Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc is taking to the air in New York City where users with a little cash to spare will soon be able to book helicopter flights to John F. Kennedy International airport through their apps. ...
    Reuters
    2 months ago
  • PepsiCo profit drops on beverage unit performance
    Beverage and snack maker PepsiCo said its third-quarter net income fell to $2.1 billion, or $1.49 a share, from $2.5 billion, or $1.75 a share, while revenue rose 4% to $17.19 billion. The company said its so-called core EPS was $1.56. Analysts polled by FactSet expected earnings of $1.50 a share on sales of $16.93 billion. Its largest unit, PepsiCo Beverages North America, saw its operating profit fall to $640 million from $703 million. PepsiCo said it expects to meet or exceed its full-year organic revenue growth target of 4% after third-quarter growth of 4.3%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. ...
    MarketWatch
    2 months ago
  • Oil Pirates: The Gulf Of Mexico’s Billion Dollar Problem
    Oil Pirates: The Gulf Of Mexico's Billion Dollar Problem Authored by Irina Slav via OilPrice.com, Pirate activity in the Gulf of Mexico is on the rise and so is oil theft from platforms operating in the area, Fox News reports, with losses for Pemex as high as $1 billion annually. Oil theft is not uncommon in Mexico, with most of it linked to local cartels using the services of crooked Pemex employees. Yet most of this theft takes place on land: over just two months in 2018, criminals drilled almost 2,300 illegal taps into Pemex pipelines in Mexico. Although oil and diesel stealing has been going on for decades, there has been an increase in criminal activity reported in the last four years, said Johan Obdola, the ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 months ago
  • WeWork and other delayed IPOs create ‘golden handcuffs’ for Silicon Valley executives
    They may be wealthy on paper, but start-up employees often can't access that windfall without a liquidity event like an IPO. ...
    CNBC
    2 months ago
  • Stitch Fix (SFIX) Had a Bad Quarter and Insiders Are Dumping Unicorn Shares
    Custom-clothing online retailer Stitch Fix released its third-quarter earnings yesterday after the markets closed. The company’s stock declined by almost ten percent as the company missed the consensus revenue estimate. The decline came at a time when investors are looking closely at unicorn companies that are valued at more than a billion dollars. Quarterly Review […] The post Stitch Fix (SFIX) Had a Bad Quarter and Insiders Are Dumping Unicorn Shares appeared first on CCN.com ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    2 months ago
  • Ex-Google Product Manager Joins Multicoin Capital as Investment Principal
    Blockchain and cryptocurrency investment firm Multicoin Capital hires a former Google product manager as one of its new investment Principals. Blockchain and cryptocurrency investment firm Multicoin Capital hired a former Google product manager as one of its new investment Principals.In a blog post published on Oct. 1, managing partner Kyle Samani said that Tony Sheng would help secure new deals for the firm while also working with existing portfolio members.Crypto market offers “tremendous alpha”“The crypto market is still very young, and there is tremendous alpha to be captured in many ways. Things are only just starting to get interesting,” he summarized, adding:“With the all the right forms of capital— people, financial, social, service providers, and brand—we’re looking forward to our next stage of growth as a firm. We’ve made it from 0 to 1. Now to go from 1 ...
    CoinTelegraph
    2 months ago
  • There Are Only 10% Alive ICOs, How Did They Survive?
    CoinspeakerThere Are Only 10% Alive ICOs, How Did They Survive?Out of the multitude of ICO projects, raising money, only a small part actually delivered something that could be called a product. Almost 90% of all ICOs failed. There’s a term in venture capital, “a death valley”, meaning the period from the receiving initial investments to the moment of becoming profitable.Usually, a very small percentage of projects manage to cross the death valley, because every unexpected obstacle can ruin their plans. It happens due to a lack of experience, bad management, market situation, or even luck, as any amount of money can be burnt pretty fast.That’s true not only for crypto projects but for any startups – any idea can become successful or fail tremendously as an outcome of good or bad management, market situation, and luck. But what defines a ...
    CoinSpeaker
    2 months ago
  • VC Veterans Host Emergency Meeting Of Unicorns As IPO ‘Bubble’ Implodes
    VC Veterans Host Emergency Meeting Of Unicorns As IPO 'Bubble' Implodes Recently, we have uncovered evidence that the proverbial tide is going out and also determined who is swimming naked. SoftBank Vision Fund is one of those without a bathing suit, caught in a bind over several of its investments that are imploding, WeWork and Uber are to name a few.  We have documented how the global IPO market is seizing up, along with the global M&A industry in decline.  Last week the Peloton IPO collapsed, turned out to be one of the worst opening trades for a unicorn IPO since 2008.  Now top venture capitalists, who are primarily based on the West Coast, are hosting an emergency meeting on Tuesday, invited more than 100 startups that will be advised not to IPO in the year ahead but rather use direct listings, considering numerous ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 months ago
  • Pico goes Co-Lo in Milan
    Pico, a leading provider of technology services for the financial markets community globally, today ...
    Finextra
    2 months ago
  • ‘Excited’ Block.One Settles $24 Million SEC Penalty for Naughty EOS ICO
    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has brought down the hammer on crypto once again, announcing a $24 million penalty on blockchain company Block.one. Yesterday brought equal measures of hope and despair for the cryptocurrency market. A new rating system for cryptocurrency classification sprung up, looking to bolster self-regulation efforts; at the same time, the […] The post 'Excited' Block.One Settles $24 Million SEC Penalty for Naughty EOS ICO appeared first on CCN.com ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    2 months ago
  • SEC settles with EOS parent company for $24M in penalties for unregistered ICO
    SEC settles with EOS parent company for $24M in penalties for unregistered ICO The post SEC settles with EOS parent company for $24M in penalties for unregistered ICO appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    2 months ago
  • Fintech unicorn Revolut’s losses double as it pushes for global expansion
    Revolut said it recorded a £32.8 million loss after tax in 2018, while revenues rose more than 350% to £58.2 million. ...
    CNBC
    2 months ago
  • Central Banks in Panic Mode – Extreme Tactics Like Helicopter Money Discussed
    Central banks worldwide continue to inject more stimulus into the economy as they predict the onset of a new financial crisis. In the face of a sluggish economy, monetary easing, negative interest rates, and ‘normalizing’ the balance sheet is the name of the game these days. Now central banks are contemplating even more unconventional methods of monetary policy like helicopter money to save the economy. Also Read: Money and Democracy: Why You Never Get to Vote on the Most Important Part of Society Rate Cuts, Negative Yeilding Bonds, Overnight Repos, and Now Helicopter Money The world’s reserve banks are attempting to guide the economy in hopes that they can steer clear of a financial meltdown. There’s been a domino effect of monetary easing where at least 19 central banks have slashed interest rates, participated in large-scale asset purchases, cut reserve ...
    News.Bitcoin
    2 months ago
  • Binance.US Opens Account Registration for Puerto Rico Residents
    The United States-based branch of cryptocurrency exchange Binance, “Binance.US,” opened account registration and verification services for residents of Puerto Rico. The United States-based branch of major cryptocurrency exchange Binance, “Binance.US,” opened account registration and verification services for residents of Puerto Rico.According to an official announcement published on Sept. 30, Puerto Rico residents have the same levels of access as U.S. residents from those states already permitted to use the platform.The launch of Binance.USAs reported, Binance.US went live on Sept. 24, offering 13 fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-crypto trading pairs.These include major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), XRP, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Binance Coin (BNB) and the Tether (USDT) stablecoin. Just as with its U.S. state launch, Binance.US is offering Puerto Rican users zero trading fees until Nov. 1.Know Your Customer measures stipulate that all users of Binance.US are required ...
    CoinTelegraph
    2 months ago
  • Volocopter eyes launch of its electric helicopter taxis in Singapore
    German startup Volocopter said Singapore is emerging as one of the most likely destinations for the commercial launch of its electric helicopters, where it hopes to offer short-hop flights for the price of a limousine ride. ...
    Reuters
    2 months ago
  • Unicorn IPOs Have Incinerated $45 Billion This Year
    The proposed WeWork IPO has totally collapsed. Founder Adam Neumann is out as CEO, and the company has slashed real estate deal activity and fired staff. The company’s credit rating has been cut to B-, and its bonds are plunging. Softbank recently valued WeWork at $47 billion, now some analysts say it may be worth […] The post Unicorn IPOs Have Incinerated $45 Billion This Year appeared first on CCN.com ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    2 months ago
  • Cars-as-a-service and its impact on auto lenders with Lightico
    ValueWalk’s interview with Zviki Ben-Ishay, the CEO and co-founder of Lightico. In this interview, Zviki discusses his and his company’s background, the transformation of auto... The post Cars-as-a-service and its impact on auto lenders with Lightico appeared first on ValueWalk. ...
    ValueWalk
    2 months ago
  • Billionaire Slim’s telco bullish on coveted Mexico TV license
    America Movil, the telecoms giant controlled by the family of billionaire Carlos Slim, is growing increasingly bullish that it will receive a license to offer television in Mexico, a prize that has eluded it for nearly three decades. ...
    Reuters
    2 months ago
  • Visma to offer Fico Siron anti-financial crime software
    Visma Connect, the leading Dutch critical payments services provider and FICO have launched a partne ...
    Finextra
    2 months ago
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