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Terminology (economics)Edit




Is this simply a different name for the Social Credit concept?


  • Named order – a type of order on the London Stock Exchange, not allowed for all financial instruments. An explanation is needed by someone familiar with the subject.
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  • Novantas, Inc. – An international banking analytics and advisory services firm with locations in New York, Chicago, Toronto and others. A FinTech 100 firm [734]; [735]
  • OANDA – Key player in the retail FOREX. Analysts are frequently quoted in top-tier news sources. Cited/sourced on wiki regularly. Conspicuous by their absence since AFD of an apparently promotional article in 2016. These are just a few examples in the last day, from the first couple pages of this 82,000-hit Google search of news sources: CNBC 2019-10-23; CNBC 2019-10-23; WaPo 2019-10-23; Reuters 2019-10-23; MarketWatch 2019-10-22; FXWeek 2019-10-22
  • Ox Bonding – national leader in credit and bonding services. The Contractor Credit Program (CCP) provides A.M. Best A− rated Bid, Payment and Performance bonds to contractors as well as working capital advances, payroll processing and other services designed to support their client’s needs. In addition to the CCP program, they offer traditional commercial surety bonds to the millions of American business that are required to post a bond under the terms of their licenses [736][737][dead link][738][dead link]; [739]
  • Panic of 1855 – discussed in History of Wells Fargo, subsection title improperly pointing to Panic of 1857. [740][741], et al.
  • Paytron – an Australian financial software company that specializes in payments online. Offering a global payments platform that simplifies the way businesses and accountants can manage their transactions from start to end. The Saas tool simplifies accounts payables, international transfers, payroll payments and approval workflows. Paytron currently integrates with additional accounting, financial and payroll software companies including Xero and KeyPay while MYOB Advanced and Netsuite are coming soon. Paytron was co-founded in Sydney Australia by Francois Henrion and Jaco Veldsman. [742];[743];[744];[745];[746];[747];


Defines the requirements for membership of state-chartered banks in the Federal Reserve System; sets limitations on certain investments and requirements for certain types of loans; describes rules pertaining to securities-related activities; establishes the minimum ratios of capital to assets that banks must maintain and procedures for prompt corrective action when banks are not adequately capitalized; prescribes real estate lending and appraisal standards; sets out requirements concerning bank security procedures, suspicious-activity reports, and compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act; and establishes rules governing banks' ownership or control of financial subsidiaries; [757]
  • Republic (Investment Platform) – Republic is a financial technology firm headquartered in New York City focused on expanding access to the private markets. Republic operates several distinct business lines including a retail investment platform, a private capital division, and a blockchain advisory practice. Republic was founded by Kendrick Nguyen in 2016 as a spinout of AngelList, an angel investing website. [758][759] [760] [761] History: Republic was founded in 2016 after the passing of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enacted Title III of the JOBS Act, which allowed non-accredited investors to participate in funding rounds for startups. [762] [763] [764] After spinning out of AngelList in 2016, Republic opened up investing in startups to retail investors with minimums of $20-$50. [765] In April 2020, Republic acquired Fig, a crowdfunding platform for games, to add video game investing to their platform.[766] [767] [768] In June 2020, Republic acquired Compound, a real estate investment platform, to add real estate investing to its platform. [769] In November 2020, Republic acquired NextSeed, a local business debt-financing platform, to add main street investing to their platform. [770] On March 15th, 2021, Gumroad, a startup helping creators sell their work, took advantage of a regulation passed on that same day that allowed companies to raise up to $5M from crowdfunding. Gumroad became the first company in history to raise the $5M and sold out within 12 hours of launching. [771] [772] [773] [774] [775] [776] On March 17th, 2021, Republic announced their $36M Series A funding round led by Galaxy Interactive, a division of Mike Novogratz's Galaxy Digital with participation from Tribe Capital, Motley Fool Ventures, and Broadhaven Ventures. [777] [778] [779] [780] On October 13th 2021, Republic launched a $60M Crypto Seed Fund.[781] On October 19th, 2021, Republic announced a $150M Series B round led by Valor Equity Partners with new backers like Pillar VC, Brevan Howard, GoldenTree, and Atreides. [782] [783] [784] [785] [786] In November 2021, Republic helped Chingari, India’s short-form video app, launch the GARI token and raised $40M within 24 hours of the live sale. [787] [788] On December 1, 2021, Republic announced its plan to acquire UK equity crowdfunding business Seedrs in a $100 million deal to expand into Europe. [789] [790]
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