Articles with tag: shares

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The UK to generate one-quarter of all digital payments in Europe in 2020

News | Online Payments | 13 Aug 2020

BuyShares has revealed that the UK is expected to generate 25% of all digital payments from Europe in 2020.

BuyShares, study, UK, digital payments, Europe, mobile payments, POS, digital commerce, ecommerce

Huntington Bancshares taps BillGO for bill payment solution

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 13 Aug 2020

US-based regional bank holding company Huntington Bancshares has partnered with US-based bill payments system BillGO to create new bill payment capabilities for customers.

Huntington Bancshares, BillGO, bills, payments

TransferWise valuation jumps to USD 5 bln in USD 319 mln secondary share sale

News | Payments General | 29 Jul 2020

TransferWise has announced secondary sales amounting to a total of USD 319 million at a new valuation of USD 5 billion.

neobanks, Monzo, N26, bunq, TransferWise for Banks API, TransferWise, payments, SMEs, bank account, money transfers, cross border payments, shares, valuation

Brussels to investigate German regulator over Wirecard

News | Payments General | 26 Jun 2020

Brussels has announced it will call for a probe into whether Germany-based banking regulator BaFin failed in its supervision of Wirecard.

Brussels, Germany, Wirecard, BaFin, investor trust, Europe, EU, Valdis Dombrovskis, breach of union law, European Securities and Markets Authority, shares

Wirecard files for insolvency after ex-CEO was arrested in EUR 1.9 bln scandal

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 26 Jun 2020

Wirecard has filed for insolvency, just days after a EUR 1.9 billion accounting scandal at the company was unveiled, thus leading to the arrest of its former chief executive.

Wirecard, insolvency, accounting scandal, Markus Braun, shares, fraud, fake transactions

JD.com raises almost USD 4 bln in its Hong Kong Stock Exchange debut

News | Ecommerce | 18 Jun 2020

China-based ecommerce player JD.com has raised almost USD 4 billion after making its Hong Kong Stock Exchange debut.

JD.com, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, US, fake transactions, shares, American stock exchanges, ecommerce

PrettyLittleThing acquired by Boohoo

News | Ecommerce | 01 Jun 2020

Online fashion retailer Boohoo has announced it acquired PrettyLittleThing, Ecommerce News reports. 

PrettyLittleThing, acquisition, Boohoo, ecommerce, online fashion, retailer, shares

Reuters: Alibaba might buy at least 10 percent stake in Chinese courier Yunda

News | Ecommerce | 01 Apr 2020

Alibaba is looking to buy the stake from Yunda’s controlling shareholders who own 52.19% of Yunda through their wholly owned company Shanghai LuoJieSi Investment Management, according to Reuters’ sources.

Yunda. Alibaba, China, shares, funding, ecommerce, delivery, parcels

Swiss Blockchain Federation releases guidance on digital equity issuing

News | Cryptocurrencies | 12 Dec 2019

Fraud Prevention and Online Authentication Report 2019/2020

The Swiss Blockchain Federation has published guidelines for issuers of digital equity and related tokens.

Swiss Blockchain Federation, digital equity, digital bonds, tokens, blockchain, shares, Switzerland, financial technology

Fintech lender StreetShares partners with Americas rural Farm Bureau Bank

News | Payments General | 09 Oct 2019

StreetShares, which offers business loans to US citizens, has partnered with rural US Farm Bureau Bank to provide small business lending services to Farm Bureau’s members nationwide.

StreetShares, lending, US Farm Bureau Bank, small businesses

Ripple to invest USD 50 mln in MoneyGram for XRP adoption

News | Cryptocurrencies | 18 Jun 2019

Cryptocurrency company Ripple has announced an investment of up to USD 50 million into money transfer company MoneyGram.

Ripple, investment, MoneyGram, XRP, cryptocurrency, money transfer, agreement, partnership, shares, payments, crypto assets, token

Lawsuit claims Lyft misled investors in its IPO prospectus

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 21 May 2019

A class-action lawsuit has claimed Lyft misled investors in its filing to go public, and its shares dipped as much as 3.6%, while the stock ended trading up 1.6%.

Lyft, lawsuit, investors, IPO prospectus, fraud, misleading, stock, shares, US, mischief, market share, safety

Finnish TV: Nordea involved in about USD 790 mln suspicious transactions

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 05 Mar 2019

Finland-based broadcaster Yle has reported that Nordea handled EUR 700 million (USD 790 million) in suspicious transactions between 2005 and 2017.

Nordea, Finland, suspicious transactions, fraud, banks, Yle, shares, money laundering, authorities, security, data leak

Xiaomi rolls out cross-border ecommerce platform in India

News | Ecommerce | 24 Jan 2019

Xiaomi has announced it has launched ShareSave, the company’s new cross-border ecommerce mobile platform, starting from India.

Xiaomi, ShareSave, cross-border ecommerce, mobile platform, India, China, delivery, mobile app

Ledger, Neufund team up for security tokens

News | Cryptocurrencies | 10 Dec 2018

Neufund has partnered with Ledger to launch a secure blockchain platform, which will allow users to manage their real-world security tokens.

Ledger, Neufund, security, tokens, blockchain, cryptocurrency, digital assets, shares

Fintech company WB21 faces lawsuit and scam accusations

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 03 Dec 2018

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has revealed a civil lawsuit against WB21, for aiding and abetting the sale of USD 165 million worth of shares in microcap stocks.

WB21, scam accusations, lawsuit, fraud, banks, shares, account opening, money transfer, digital bank

Nordea, OP develop Finnish blockchain platform for unlisted shares

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 23 Nov 2018

Finland-based banks Nordea and OP Financial have announced running a Proof of Concept (PoC) for trading unlisted company shares.

Nordea, OP Financial, product development, platform launch, unlisted company shares, trade finance, we.trade, Marco Polo consortium, trade finance consortium, PoC, Finnish Tax Administration, Finnish Patent and Registration Office,

MINDEX, GMEX Group and HYBSE to launch blockchain securities exchange

News | Cryptocurrencies | 07 Nov 2018

MINDEX, GMEX and HYBSE have partnered to launch of the joint venture HYBSE International Marketplace, a blockchain exchange platform in Mauritius.

MINDEX, GMEX Group, HYBSE, blockchain, Mauritius, blockshares, cryptonized instruments, cryptocurrency, token

Jefferies to reiterate the growth of PayPal share rates

News | Online Payments | 17 Sep 2018

Jefferies has mentioned that due to its core payment platform, the buy rating for PayPal shares is about to rise.

online payments, shares, Jefferies, PayPal, ecommerce

Lightning Bitcoin implements DPoS, includes two cryptocurrency networks

News | Cryptocurrencies | 30 May 2018

The Lightning Bitcoin (LBTC) has implemented Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) and has included two cryptocurrency networks: Bitcoin and EOS.

Lightning Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, BitShares