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INC S.A. is a Polish investment group established in 1996, operating on capital markets in the area of investment and advisory services. For 20 years the Company has been supporting the development of small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as local government units. Since 2006 INC has been a public company, listed on the Main Market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

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REPAY ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH VEEM

REPAY | September 24, 2021

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Repay Holdings Corporation, a leading provider of vertically integrated payment solutions, today announced it has entered into a commercial partnership agreement with Veem to expand each party’s B2B payment capabilities. With the agreement, REPAY will expand its ability to deliver cross-border payment options, and Veem will broaden its capabilities by leveraging REPAY’s core B2B virtual card and acquiring technology. In addition to the commercial relationship between R...

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SOFTBANK’S $1 BILLION WIRECARD BET UNDER SCRUTINY AS TROUBLED PAYMENTS PROCESSOR FIGHTS FOR SURVIVAL

SoftBank | June 24, 2020

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SoftBank has come under renewed scrutiny about its investment strategy but this time it’s about one of the Japanese tech conglomerate’s lesser-known bets. Last year, the company made a 900 million euros ($1 billion) investment in Wirecard, as part of a broader tie-up between the two on digital payments. But that deal has raised eyebrows now due to a deepening accounting crisis at the German payments processor....

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WELLS FARGO WILL PAY $35M TO SETTLE ETF INVESTIGATION

Wells Fargo | February 28, 2020

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Wells Fargo agreed to pay $35m to settle regulatory claims that its financial advisers recommended exchange-traded funds that were too risky for some clients. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s investigation targeted Wells Fargo’s sale of inverse ETFs, a type of fund that moves in the opposite direction of an index it tracks. Inverse ETFs can be used to hedge other positions or bet on a falling market, but the products are complex enough that regulators have warned for years th...

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CIRCLE INTRODUCES A COMPREHENSIVE NFT PLATFORM & MARKETPLACE PAYMENTS SOLUTION

Circle | March 30, 2021

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Circle, a global financial technology firm that gives payments and treasury infrastructure to internet businesses, today declared a far reaching payments answer for non-fungible token (NFT) marketplaces and storefronts that empowers them to acknowledge Mastercard and crypto payments the same to draw in more standard crowd selection. Circle today likewise divulged approaching highlights that will be made accessible throughout the next few months, including support USDC, BTC and ETH payments, NFT ...

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PAYMENTS

REPAY ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH VEEM

REPAY | September 24, 2021

Repay Holdings Corporation, a leading provider of vertically integrated payment solutions, today announced it has entered into a commercial partnership agreement with Veem to expand each party’s B2B payment capabilities. With the agreement, REPAY will expand its ability to deliver cross-border payment options, and Veem will broaden its capabilities by leveraging REPAY’s core B2B virtual card and acquiring technology. In addition to the commercial relationship between R...

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SOFTBANK’S $1 BILLION WIRECARD BET UNDER SCRUTINY AS TROUBLED PAYMENTS PROCESSOR FIGHTS FOR SURVIVAL

SoftBank | June 24, 2020

SoftBank has come under renewed scrutiny about its investment strategy but this time it’s about one of the Japanese tech conglomerate’s lesser-known bets. Last year, the company made a 900 million euros ($1 billion) investment in Wirecard, as part of a broader tie-up between the two on digital payments. But that deal has raised eyebrows now due to a deepening accounting crisis at the German payments processor....

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WELLS FARGO WILL PAY $35M TO SETTLE ETF INVESTIGATION

Wells Fargo | February 28, 2020

Wells Fargo agreed to pay $35m to settle regulatory claims that its financial advisers recommended exchange-traded funds that were too risky for some clients. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s investigation targeted Wells Fargo’s sale of inverse ETFs, a type of fund that moves in the opposite direction of an index it tracks. Inverse ETFs can be used to hedge other positions or bet on a falling market, but the products are complex enough that regulators have warned for years th...

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CIRCLE INTRODUCES A COMPREHENSIVE NFT PLATFORM & MARKETPLACE PAYMENTS SOLUTION

Circle | March 30, 2021

Circle, a global financial technology firm that gives payments and treasury infrastructure to internet businesses, today declared a far reaching payments answer for non-fungible token (NFT) marketplaces and storefronts that empowers them to acknowledge Mastercard and crypto payments the same to draw in more standard crowd selection. Circle today likewise divulged approaching highlights that will be made accessible throughout the next few months, including support USDC, BTC and ETH payments, NFT ...

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