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Internet fraud warning

We have had two recent emails about similar incidents of internet fraud whilst transferring money to Uganda.

One of the victims has asked us to  publicise what happened to him as a warning to other travellers. 224 more words

The Top 4 Reasons Why Businesses Should Consider Account Receivable Financing

Account receivable financing, also known as business factoring, is a particular type of asset financing option wherein a company uses its account receivables as a kind of collateral which can be effectively exchanged for cash. 395 more words


Banking digitised

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Mr Hamers: “I am a big believer in the commoditisation of products. I don’t think products will make the difference when it comes to financial services.” 2,036 more words

Money Matters

DBS HK info leak affects clients here too

A DBS customer here I know says that he had getting overseas calls asking him to take out loans from DBS. He was surprised to get the calls and when he asked how he got on the call list, the line went dead, only for another call to come later. 168 more words


The Economic Indicators Turn To The Dark Side :The System Is Set To Crash [videos]

Be under no illusion, Your Government and their Paymasters the Banks will Confiscate All Your Assets.

Well what’s the adage? Forewarned is Forearmed!

Happy Days.

Globalist Banking

If Everything is so Bullish, Why Are Bank Insiders Dumping Their Shares at Record Pace? by Wolf Richter

Nobody ever sells because they think a stock is going up; so the old adage goes. From Wolf Richter at wolfstreet.com:

What are they seeing from their perch that we don’t? 196 more words

Financial Markets

China banks agree debt restructuring deal with Sinosteel: Bank of China

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Bank of China and five other Chinese banks have signed a debt restructuring deal with troubled steelmaker Sinosteel, in what is among the first significant restructuring deals involving a state-owned enterprise. 253 more words

Money Matters