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Cleareye.ai, Microsoft | February 11, 2021
A leading fintech platform, Cleareye.ai, announced that it is going to collaborate with Microsoft. It will use Microsoft technology for powering its products.
This offering is document automation powered by Microsoft Azure Artificial Intelligence (AI) and rules reconciliation solution. It is intended for lenders who procedure clemency solicitations as part of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which delivers straight incentives to small in...
Temenos | October 11, 2021
Silicon Valley-based Mbanq, a Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider and one of the world’s fastest growing FinTechs, today announced it has signed a strategic agreement with Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the open cloud banking company, to launch an innovative Credit-Union-as-a Service (CUaaS) offering, and to accelerate BaaS adoption across the US.
CUaaS is offered by Mbanq’s Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) and will be powered by The Temenos Banking Cloud. This solution...
Credit Suisse | February 10, 2020
Credit Suisse’s incoming chief executive, Thomas Gottstein, plans to put Switzerland’s second-biggest bank on a growth offensive following predecessor Tidjane Thiam’s cost-cutting exercise, he told Reuters on Friday. “Cost discipline in our industry has been and will continue to be very important. At the same time, I think we are in a better position than at any time in the last few years to also have meaningful balance sheet growth,” Gottstein said in an interview....
Investing.Com | March 18, 2020
Financial markets spasmed, sending U.S. stocks down to December 2018 levels and Bloomberg’s dollar index to a record, as the economic fallout from the pandemic outpaced the massive response from governments and central banks. The S&P 500 fell more than 7%, triggering a 15-minute pause, with stocks adding to losses when trading resumed. The next halt would occur at a 13% decline. The Dow Jones Industrial Average wiped out all the gains logged since Donald Trump’s inauguration, dro...
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