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BNY Mellon adds FX capabilities to its global payments infrastructure

As part of its commitment to continuing the development of its new payments platform, BNY Mellon has expanded its global payments infrastructure with the launch of enhanced foreign exchange payment capabilities. 152 more words

Transaction Banking

BNY Mellon a winner in The Banker’s Technology Projects of the Year

BNY Mellon has scooped the award of Technology Project of the Year in The Bankers “payments” category for its global payments infrastructure. Designed to address the challenges presented by the evolving payments space, the new platform – one of BNY Mellon’s largest investments in global payments to date – is capable of processing payments in 120 currencies, and has the potential to expand this number in the future. 153 more words

Transaction Banking

Everything You Need to Know Series

In the Everything You Need to Know series, we take a look at a specific e-commerce market to help you decide whether you should expand online sales across borders. 269 more words

Cross-Border Payments

Is credit for everyone?

Credits are so common nowadays that we should ask ourselves, if they are destined for everyone? The question is thoroughly current due to increasing number of people taking credits and bank loans. 137 more words

Global Payments

Choose the right one!

If you want to be a successful merchant – you must know the importance of choosing a reputable global payments service. It’s something more than simply process credit card payments. 159 more words

Global Payments

Enabling Global Payments at PayPal

Paypal definitely has many benefits. It has been Successful worldwide because it is more convenient, faster, and has more protection than other methods of payment. A lot of customers don’t feel comfortable giving their credit card numbers to any merchant online. 284 more words

Allan Endresz v Commonwealth Litigation - The Facts

1.0    Introduction

This is a factual outline of the legal proceedings agitated between the Commonwealth of Australia (“Commonwealth”) and Davis Samuel Unit Trust (“Davis Samuel”), CTC Resources NL (“CTC”), William Forge, Dawn Endresz and Jozsef Endresz (“CTC Directors”), Allan Endresz and Peter Cain (collectively known as the “Defendants”). 4,084 more words