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Flexio | February 07, 2022
The Flexio platform is becoming popular by revolutionizing business-to-business (B2B) payments in Latin America. For this cause, Flexio has uplifted the $3 Million Seed Round led by Costanoa Ventures by joining hands with Diego Oppenheimer, Latitud Fund, Soma Capital, Daniel Kahn, Omri Mor, and several other notable LatAm founders and Y Combinator alumni.
In 2014, the Mexican government approved a law requiring all B2B payments to be documented digitally in order to increase tax p...
KodyPay | July 13, 2021
KodyPay, a rapidly expanding payments Fintech that works with Visa, MasterCard, and IBM, recently raised an additional $3.25 million. The funding round was oversubscribed, involving all of the major shareholders as well as additional high-profile investors, bringing the total raised to US$6 million in less than a year. Hank Uberoi (Former Executive Chairman/CEO, Earthport PLC), Paul Rippon (Co-Founder, Monzo Bank), Adam Knight (Chairman, CoinFloor and BeZero Carbon), Alok Sama (Former President ...
Morgan Stanley, E-Trade | February 20, 2020
Morgan Stanley is buying E-Trade in a $13 billion, all-stock deal announced Thursday, bringing more consolidation to the brokerage market and giving the investment bank to the rich a foothold with a more mainstream clientele. The deal, which is the biggest takeover by a major U.S. bank since the 2008 financial crisis, combines Morgan Stanley’s prowess and client-facing resources with E-Trade’s more than 5 million customers, with more than $360 billion in retail trade assets, the comp...
Wall Street | March 03, 2020
U.S. stock markets fell sharply on Tuesday on worries that even a half percentage-point cut in interest rates might not be enough to stave off the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak and halt the worst sell-off in more than a decade. It was the Federal Reserve’s first emergency rate cut since the 2008 financial crisis, underscoring how grave the central bank views the fast-evolving situation. Stocks initially jumped more than 1% on the news, but gains soon petered out as analysts a...
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