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Sector-wide 'sweep': Money service firms say banks are giving them the boot

In an effort to comply with more stringent anti-money-laundering regulations, some Canadian banks are cutting ties with small businesses that offer money services including overseas transfers and foreign exchange. 828 more words

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Features Of Citibank's Foreign Currency Accounts

You may need to make or receive payments from your clients overseas or you may need to regularly send money to your child(ren) studying abroad or you may need to make or receive payments in foreign currencies. 535 more words

Banking

Dividend cuts 'a last resort' for banks under severe oil and gas stress: Moody's

TORONTO — Severe stress in the oil and gas sector could prompt some Canadian banks to reduce their dividends, but that would be a last resort, according to analysts at Moody’s Investors Service. 430 more words

Energy

Editorial: NDP should axe low-cost loans for seniors (with poll)

Everyone wants to do the best for our seniors, but a new provincial assistance program is questionable.

The NDP government has announced Albertans 65 years and older with an annual income of less than $75,000 are eligible for low-interest loans of up to $40,000 for household repairs and modifications. 416 more words

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Accomplished LA Banker Ryan Parry Likes Our Team’s Longevity!

Ryan Parry has joined Grandpoint Bank as Senior Vice President & Senior Relationship Manager in our Farmers Market office, located on Fairfax Avenue.

Ryan has more than 10 years of banking experience in Southern California. 228 more words

New Hires

Tips When Making Foreign Currency Payments

As of now, there are numerous suppliers to choose from that can match your business needs. Unfortunately, there are cases when buying overseas can be a hard task since you need to accomplish numerous documentations. 382 more words

Business Tips

Deutsche Bank, Banco Santander fail U.S. stress test while Morgan Stanley gets second chance

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON — U.S. bank subsidiaries of Deutsche Bank AG and Banco Santander SA yet again failed the Federal Reserve’s stress test on Wednesday due to “broad and substantial weaknesses” in their capital planning processes. 398 more words

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