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Plastiq | March 27, 2020
Plastiq, a US startup that lets SMEs pay any bill by credit card, has raised $75 million in a Series D funding round led by B Capital Group. Kleiner Perkins, Khosla Ventures, Accomplice and Top Tier Capital Partners, all previous investors, also participated in the round, bringing Plastiq's total funding to date to more than $140 million. Plastiq enables SMEs to use their credit cards for virtually any expense, even where plastic isn't accepted, helping users to maximize the working capi...
MCT | April 26, 2022
Mortgage Capital Trading, Inc.® (MCT), the industry leader in capital markets software and services, today announced it has reinforced its commitment to client profitability and success. Backed by an enhanced sales and support structure, MCT has hired industry all-stars and promoted valued team members.
A passion for client experience has differentiated MCT throughout its 20-year history, We are consistently evaluating and enhancing the ways in which we s...
GoCardless | April 27, 2021
GoCardless, the main fintech for bank-to-bank installments, today dispatched Instant Bank Pay, another open financial component straightforwardly incorporated into its worldwide installment stage. With Instant Bank Pay, vendors can take moment, one-off bank-to-bank installments from new and existing clients while as yet receiving the rewards of bank charge for their repetitive installments.
The declaration denotes the main achievement in GoCardless's excursion to speed up its ...
Investing.com | April 06, 2020
Oil markets fell back Monday, as investors reacted with disappointment to the postponement of a meeting of major oil exporters that had been expected to try and balance a flooded market. AT 8:45 AM ET (1245 GMT), U.S. crude futures traded 3.3% lower at $27.38 a barrel, while the international benchmark Brent contract fell 2.5% to $33.26. The meeting was rescheduled over the weekend to Thursday from Monday, amid a war of words between Russia and Saudi Arabia, indicating that bad blood still exist...
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