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How Scottish fintech EedenBull is modernising business banking through data

Scotsman 05 Jan 2021
Payments as-a-Service is, therefore, rapidly becoming the option of choice for cost-effectiveness and go-to-market speed for banks around the world ... We have now launched a full end-to-end solution for banks ... More than 60 banks, most in Scandinavia, clearly do - as they already work with EedenBull.
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Financials: Strong potential hidden by weak sentiment

Moneyweek 12 Nov 2020
We have seen a number of bank shares such as those in Nordea Bank, Scandinavia’s largest bank, and First Republic Bank, the 12th largest in the US, trading at a higher level today than at the turn of the year ... The latter two along with First Republic Bank have reached all-time highs in the past couple of months.
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Danske Bank names top Scandinavian shipowners for ESG

Tradewinds 22 Oct 2020
Danske Bank analysts have picked out Scandinavia's top-performing public shipping ...
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Lebanese banks under more pressure after landmark UK ruling

Arab News 13 Sep 2020
An English High Court has ruled that Lebanese citizens living in the EU do not have to be in Lebanon to sue their banks ... The ruling means that the roughly 400,000 Lebanese living in France, the UK, Germany and Scandinavia who have been barred from accessing their money can now take Lebanese banks to court in their countries of residence.
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Swedish regulator worries about lack of physical cash

The National 12 Sep 2020
Mr Ingves says the issue also raises “practical” questions about the role of a central bank ... But Scandinavia’s next generation may not know what a real piggy bank is, consigning the once-ubiquitous savings vessel popularised by storyteller Hans Christian Andersen to the history books, alongside rotary phones and floppy disks.
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Social distancing laws cause only small losses of economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic in ...

PNAS 25 Aug 2020
This paper uses real-time transaction data from a large bank in ...
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A question about inequality: Who’s to blame?

Independent online (SA) 13 Jul 2020
One would even be confused that these neighbourhoods are in Haiti, Malawi or Afghanistan, which are some of the heavily indebted poor countries as per the World Bank categorisation. On the other side, a tiny minority has living standards comparable to those of Switzerland, Scandinavia and California.
photo: Creative Commons / Frankie Fouganthin
Anders Tegnell during the daily press conference outside the Karolinska Institute during Coronavirus in Sweden
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Sweden’s grim result – more death and nearly equal economic damage

The Irish Times 09 Jul 2020
Sweden’s central bank expects its economy to contract by 4.5 per cent this year, a revision from a previously expected gain of 1.3 per cent ... Researchers at the University of Copenhagen gained access to credit data from Danske Bank, one of the largest in Scandinavia.
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Sweden’s grim Covid-19 result: More death and nearly equal economic damage

The Irish Times 09 Jul 2020
Sweden’s central bank expects its economy to contract by 4.5 per cent this year, a revision from a previously expected gain of 1.3 per cent ... Researchers at the University of Copenhagen gained access to credit data from Danske Bank, one of the largest in Scandinavia.
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Sweden Has Become the World's Cautionary Tale

Yahoo Daily News 08 Jul 2020
Sweden’s central bank expects its economy to contract by 4.5% this year, a revision from a previously expected gain of 1.3% ... Norway’s central bank predicts ... Researchers at the University of Copenhagen gained access to credit data from Danske Bank, one of the largest in Scandinavia.
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Commerzbank fined �38m for money-laundering failings

Business Day 17 Jun 2020
Frankfurt — Commerzbank was fined £38m in the UK for a lack of money-laundering controls at its London unit, as regulators step up pressure on banks to combat the flow of illicit funds ... The fine, which covers shortcomings between 2012 and 2017, is the latest example of a large European bank struggling to put in place measures to stop illicit funds.
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Port: The Danes would like it if we stopped calling them socialists

The Jamestown Sun 26 Feb 2020
MINOT, N.D ... Heck, North Dakota even has a state-owned bank and grain mill!. These cranks are also fond of pointing to Scandinavia, and the expansive social welfare state that exists in those countries, as further proof of the efficacy of socialism. The motivation behind these efforts is transparent ... - is leading their pack of 2020 candidates ... ... .
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